History of Grunge

Inspired by Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge by Mark Yarm. Showcasing Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains and cult faves like Tad, Gruntruck, and The U-Men.
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Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge - Mark Yarm. You only thought you knew grunge.a totally fascinating look at one of the best (if not overhyped) eras for music.

Nirvana, Skin Yard concert poster at University of Washington in Seattle.

I am REALLY looking forward to reading the History of Grunge book. :) Nirvana, Skin Yard concert poster at University of Washington in Seattle.

Members of Alice in Chains onstage with Poison, early ’90s. (Photo via Metal Sludge; H/T MetalSucks)

Whoa -- Members of Alice in Chains onstage with Poison, early (Photo via Metal Sludge; H/T MetalSucks)

Kurt Cobain and Eddie Vedder (Never Before Seen Footage)

Pearl Jam and director Cameron Crowe talk about the band's new moive, 'Pearl Jam Twenty,' and what makes them continue to play.

Kurt Cobain

In a recent interview with Fuse, former HOLE guitarist Eric Erlandson recalls that NIRVANA singer/guitarist Kurt Cobain was working on a solo album not long before his April 1994 suicide.

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