Nirvana and Joan Jett perform at the 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony

Nirvana and Joan Jett perform at the 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony on April 10.

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Not content with induction at the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame ceremony, the surviving members of Nirvana have called on some girl-power for a hits-filled post-Hall set.

Brooklyn's 350-capacity Saint Vitus venue hosted a secret show soon after the grunge titans were inducted into the Rock Hall at the nearby Barclays Center. 

Video below: Nirvana and St. Vincent perform "Heart Shaped Box" at St. Vitus

According to early reports, the likes of Joan Jett, Kim Gordon, Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent) and John McCauley of Deer Tick joined Nirvana on stage for the surprise Greenpoint gig. The supergroup belted-out 19 songs and wrapped-up at 4am.

Just hours earlier, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear and the late Kurt Cobain were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. Novoselic told guests at the Rock Hall ceremony: “Nirvana fans come up to me every day and say, 'thank you for the music,' and when I hear that, that reminds me of Kurt Cobain, so I want to say, 'thank you Kurt Cobain,' and I wish he was here tonight.” 

Read about Nirvana's Rock And Roll Hall of Fame induction and live set here.

Nirvana’s post Rock Hall set (via Setlist.fm):

1. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (with Joan Jett)
2. "In Bloom" (with Joan Jett)
3. "Breed" (with Joan Jett)
4. "Territorial Pissings" (with Joan Jett)
5. "Aneurysm" (with Kim Gordon)
6. "Negative Creep" (with Kim Gordon)
7. "Moist Vagina" (with Kim Gordon)
8. "Lithium" (with St. Vincent)
9. "All Apologies"  (with Joan Jett) (Krist Novoselic played accordion)
10. "About a Girl" (with St. Vincent)
11. "Heart-Shaped Box" (with St. Vincent)
12. "Drain You" (with J Mascis)
13. "Pennyroyal Tea" (with J Mascis)
14. "School" (with J Mascis)
15. "Serve the Servants" (with John McCauley)
16. "Milk It" (with John McCauley)
17. "Very Ape" (with John McCauley)
18. "Scentless Apprentice" (with John McCauley)
19. "Tourette's" (with John McCauley)