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Grunge Lives

Listen to a Pre-Nirvana Mixtape from Kurt Cobain

It's weird, you guys.

  • By Matthew Halverson
  • Published 11/03/2014

In Memoriam

Remembering Kurt Cobain 20 Years Later

The Seattle rock icon was found dead 20 years ago today. Relive some of his best musical moments.

  • By Seth Sommerfeld
  • Published 04/08/2014

Met Picks

Top Things to See or Do in April

Gamble on the Seattle Rock Lottery, vary tastes at Hop Scotch, and reflect on 20 years since Kurt Cobain’s death.

  • By Seth Sommerfeld
  • Published 04/01/2014

Seattle Sound Forever

Nirvana's 'In Utero' Turns 20

Celebrate the classic album with an expansive anniversary reissue and a tribute at the EMP.

  • By Seth Sommerfeld
  • Published 09/11/2013

Sandy Relief

Paul McCartney to Front Nirvana? It Could Happen Tonight

Sir Paul may front a Nirvana reunion for tonight's star-studded Sandy benefit concert in New York.

  • By Laura Dannen
  • Published 12/12/2012

Seattle Music News

Nirvana Auction to Benefit Susie Tennant

Sale of rock paraphernalia supports the family of a beloved Seattle music veteran.

  • By Laura Dannen
  • Published 02/27/2012

Special Event

Nerd Alert: The MLA Convention is Coming to Seattle

And we wouldn’t miss it.

  • By Allie Oosta
  • Published 01/04/2012


The Nirvana Baby Speaks

"Everyone out there in the world has seen my penis already."

  • By Seattle Met Staff
  • Published 09/20/2011

Arts & Culture

Grunge Recap

Nirvana wasn't a grunge band.

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 09/07/2011

Seattle Style News

Hedi Slimane x Frances Bean Cobain

  • By Laura Cassidy
  • Published 08/08/2011

Opening Night

Slideshow: More Photos from EMP’s ‘Nirvana’ Exhibit

Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic makes an appearance.

  • By Laura Dannen
  • Published 04/19/2011

New Exhibit

Slideshow: Nirvana at EMP

It’s the most comprehensive look at Seattle’s grunge gods to date.

  • By Laura Dannen
  • Published 04/14/2011


50 Most Influential Musicians

Rock guitarists, jazz singers, folk pioneers, world-class cellists and more—these are the people who changed the sound of our lives.

  • By John Ross, Riz Rollins, Kurt B. Reighley, Thomas May, Michaelangelo Matos, Hannah Levin, Gillian Gaar, Peter Blecha, Bart Blasengame, and Steve Wiecking
  • Published 12/09/2008
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