Written by: David Porter
For many of us, it was music’s final revolution.
The release of Nevermind was the proverbial shot heard ‘round the world, and it’s still ringing more than 25 years later.
On March 16th, the world’s largest collection of Nirvana memorabilia will be in bloom at the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP), Seattle. Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses celebrates the legendary band with more than 200 rare artifacts, photographs and oral histories.
You’ll be able to take a gander at Kurt Cobain’s Fender Stratocaster, Krist Novoselic’s Hiwatt DR103 bass amplifier head and Dave Grohl’s Tama Rockstar-Pro drum kit, as well as fascinating items like the Cobain-created Fecal Matter shirt and the casting call flier for the “Smells Like Teen Spirit” music video.