The soulful music and meaningful lyrics, is what essentially lacking in the contemporary music industry. If you are a 90’s kid, then there is no need to mention Kurt Cobain’s exceptional contribution to the ever-growing music industry with his iconic performances for the band Nirvana. It has been more than 20 years when the front man left his body, but his mesmerizing voice has kept his soul alive in all of our hearts. The music of Nirvana was not another combination of vocals and rhythm, but is something much more inspirational and emotional for the human race.
The band set a benchmark for all the musicians which no other band could ever cross. Moreover, the music which they gifted our ears with, can’t ever be explained and praised through words! So remembering the beautiful band and the mesmerizing voice of Kurt Cobain, here are the details of the best Five Essential Nirvana Live Performances!
OK Hotel in Seattle, Washington, 1991:
Thanks to the amazing platform-YouTube, for letting the young generations witness the sweetest voices of such legends. The quality of this live performance available on YouTube might be a little low; however, the performance can never be compared with any other show. Leaving the listeners spellbound is what Nirvana loves to do. The concert here was full of sparkling hits like ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit, ‘Negative Creep,’ ‘Blew’ and a lot much.
Reading Festival of Reading, United Kingdom, 1992:
The band rocked the stage with one of their largest set lists till date. The performance here was witnessed by a massive crowd, which included some deadliest hits like covers of ‘More Than a Feeling’ and ‘Smoke on the Water.’ This was also the final performance of the band in the UK. So, to all those who aren’t feeling old yet, you can still watch the videos available for you.
Le Zenith in Paris, France, 1994:
This concert is considered as one of the finest and the largest show that the band ever undertook in their final tour. Here, the audience got blessed with the most spectacular performance of all time where the band played everything that included in their hit list from ‘Bleach’ to ‘In Utero.’
Saint Andrew’s Hall in Detroit, Michigan, 1991:
The historians and music lovers, remember this show as Nirvana’s best ever and the most enthusiastic performance of their career. The songs made people dance, shout and go weak on their knees. It was since then the world started prioritizing the band along with their songs.
MTV Unplugged in New York City, 1993:
This was definitely a mind-boggling performance by the band due to its high tide incredibility and notoriously unplugged tracks. The band performed unplugged versions of their own songs which were hard hitting in the albums, but were soft ad mesmerizing during the show. The band portrayed a completely opposite side of their tracks which can’t ever be forgotten. The highlights contain the covers of ‘The Man Who Sold the World,’ ‘About a Girl’ and ‘Pennyroyal Tea.’
So, what are you waiting for, you have got YouTube right at your mobile phone! Should I say something more?