I looked to see if I could find the show, but found this instead, near the same time period, and about what I imagined it being/sounding like..... kinda crap.Mescal wrote: ↑Mon Jan 27, 2020 12:34 pmThen I'm more jealous of Panda seeing Guns n roses at small clubsmockbee wrote: ↑Mon Jan 27, 2020 11:51 amWhat if I said that I saw Nirvana in '90/91 at a scuzzy club in Portland, and no, not the infamous show at Satyricon where Kurt supposedly met/tackled Courtney at the show. And that I remember the show rather sucked.
What would that do for you?
Saw footage of a pre nevermind nirvana show, and it kinda rocked ... So, wondered if someone on this board had seen em ....
Heard the stores of early Guns, Janes, Van Halen but no one has mentioned Nirvana.
This is what someone said about this show who was there:
I think we all put too much emphasis on what we think things were or could have been. It has more to do with what you had for breakfast that day, where you're at in your life, if you're seeing someone you really love, if you are in the dumps, etc. Guess the trick is to just imagine it always being good, or alright, and strive for a similar future.Wow. I was at this show, and Kurt's vocals were never very audible. I remember the sound person was AWOL the entire set. This occurred at a grange hall out in the sticks on Steamboat Island on a soaking wet January night. Nirvana was sandwiched between Beat Happening and the Melvins. A beautiful mess it was.