Such a pity that only true Nirvana fans can't be identified or even have a true Nirvana army with fans, I'm not a Nirvana fan myself but I've seen this bull happen with any other bands that have a cool shirt or album covers. It's so stupid. Talk about posers #kurtcobain#nirvana#davegrohl#grunge
October 23, 1993:
The first show at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago goes over well, but the second night, by most accounts, is a disaster. Not all of the dates were sold out on this tour either, but this one was. Kurt jumps off an equipment rack and takes down one of the dummies on stage. One of the highlights of the show is an unknown song that doesn't appear on any album.
"That's the best show I ever saw the band play", says Jim. "This is the night they did other songs that I hadn't heard them do before. Including a song I have no idea what the name of it is that they never did it again". Some Internet reports say the song is either called "On the Mountain" or "You've Got No Right". The song was never titled at the time, but Courtney later performed it with Hole on "MTV Unplugged" under the name "You've Got No Right" (probably "You know You're Right").
Reviews of the Aragon Ballroom show are phenomenal, with Greg Kot of the "Chicago Tribune" writing, "Nirvana threads rock's disparate tradition: folk confessionalism, Beatlesque pop, metal roar, and underground skronk (sic)."
After the show, Gary Graff of Detroit Free Press does a phone interview with a man he thinks is Dave Grohl. It's actually comedian Bobcat Goldthwait as part of a prank pulled by the band's tour manager Alex MacLeod. "We were really trying to make this interview happen", recalls Gary. "But at one point, the guys were just being so difficult, so Jim Merlis kind of threw his hands up and gave me all of their numbers. So, I started pestering the road manager and a couple of times were set up but then fell through. Finally, he got Dave for me. We did a nice interview, he said nothing outlandish. I was totally convicted that I had interviewed Dave Grohl. Jim called me up after in a panic telling me not to run the story because it wasn't Dave Grohl. It was Bobcat Goldthwait. Needless to say, there was a little retribution in their hotel room after that."
Eu não amo esse desenho, já fiz ele há um tempo, mas acho que algo não está bom. Saudade de desenhar, acho que esse foi meu último é tem mais de 6 meses. E como em SP tá impossível de comprar ingresso, vai a foto do desenho. #foofighters#davegrohl#kdingressoemsp