Joan Jett, St. Vincent, and J Mascis performed during the 2014 Brooklyn after party gig.
Dave Grohl says one of the most legendary Nirvana shows that most people didn't see may be released some day. In a wide-ranging new interview with Rolling Stone, the band's former drummer muses about the Foo Fighters' place in rock history, the loss of Tom Petty, his love of Lil Pump, why his mom needn't have worried that Madonna would "snatch him up" when he first became famous and the fate of as-yet-unreleased footage of the after-hours show he and Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic played at the tiny Saint Vitus bar in Brooklyn hours after Nirvana was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.
The hush-hush gig came after a group of fired-up women including Lorde, St. Vincent, Joan Jett and former Sonic Youth singer/bassist Kim Gordon played with Grohl, Novoselic and Nirvana guitarist Pat Smear at the official Rock Hall ceremony. Following that legendary set, the whole gang was joined by Dinosaur Jr.'s J Mascis and Deer Tick's John McCauley at Saint Vitus for a set that touched on 19 Nirvana classics.