29th Annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

This past weekend, HBO aired the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame’s 2014 Induction Ceremony, including the induction of Nirvana and subsequent performances, and a video of the entire Nirvana segment has surfaced online. The ceremony contains performances from the surviving members of Nirvana with guest vocalists including Joan Jett, Annie Clark, Kim Gordon, and Lorde, as well as speeches from Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain’s mother, and Courtney Love. Watch the full video below.

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  1. The Nirvana performance was pretty disappointing. Joan Jett over-enunciated every word in ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’. Kim Gordon’s voice was completely shot and way off-key. Annie Clark was far too restrained, totally sucking the life out of ‘Lithium’. And Lorde was just a really bizarre choice. From her overly-affected vocal style to the ridiculous posturing, her whole performance was a joke.

    I hope the afterparty at St. Vitus was better than this. Maybe they should have just had John McCauley front the whole set instead.

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