Sunday, September 24, 2006

Happy Anniversary, Nevermind

Since Cappuccino Kid's post about Nirvana's "Nevermind" album's 15th anniversary, I was reminded of the Nirvana baby, Spencer Elden who's like 15 now. The funny thing is, well I guess it's not that funny really, he's not even a fan of Nirvana. This makes us all feel pretty old. It would be funny if he started dating Cobain's daughter... Just a thought. Here he is then and now.

In honor of the anniversary of the album, here are 33 Things you need to know about Nirvana

Have a great day... Monday looms in front of us...


Anonymous said...

ah, number 17.
you will find that it was called the word.
shit tv show, but they had some damn fine bands on.
i can remember the appearance of nirvana, their first ever live tv performance on british tv.
i can also remember L7's first appearance. one of them dropped her trousers and did the whole song with her "bits" on show.

laughtokeepfromcrying said...

I was a mom on a mission during this time and trying to hang on to my own youth through the bands and musical artists of the 60's and 70's. When I think of Nirvana, the only thing that sticks with me is how freaked out my friends, with older kids, were who were listening to them (?)or him (?)

Aunt Jackie said...

Cappy: L7!! One of my friend, Tamra and my favs! Oh we had some great times listening to L7... Do you remember their appearance on a movie called 'Serial Mom'? Great band... Nirvana sometimes makes me sad-of course my husband loves them too so I have bought him alot of Nirvana 'albums' :)
Laugh: I know where you're coming from though, and I guess our only peace can come from the fact that this happens to everyone. So even this kid will get to be sad in about 10-12 years when his favorite music gets "old" :P