LIVE NIRVANA Concert Chronology September 30, 1991 - Graffiti, Pittsburgh, PA, US

  • NIRVANA
    • Kurt Cobain (vocals, guitar)
    • Krist Novoselic (bass)
    • Dave Grohl (drums, backing vocals)
  • Monty Lee Wilkes (tour manager & sound engineer)
  • Myles Kennedy (monitor engineer & drum technician)
  • Nic Close (guitar technician)
  • Elko Concerts
    • Mike Elko
Load In
…:…
Soundcheck
…:…
Doors
20:00
Das Damen Showtime
…:…
NIRVANA Showtime
…:…
  1. Drain You
  1. Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam
  2. Aneurysm
  3. Drain You
  4. Smells Like Teen Spirit
  5. School
  6. Floyd The Barber
  7. About A Girl
  8. Breed
  9. Polly
  10. Sliver
  11. D-7
  12. Territorial Pissings
  13. Blew
  14. Been A Son
AUD #1 incomplete
Equipment:
Built In > Unknown
Lowest Generation:
ANA(M) > FLAC
Length / Sound Quality:
45 min / ??
Notes:
Surfaced July 16th 2017.
Does not include the soundcheck.
Missing everything after "Been A Son".
"Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam" cuts in and "Been A Son" (cuts out)
SBD #1

It is rumored that the show was recorded.

AUD #2

It is rumored that this show and 07/09/89 were taped by someone who refuses to trade.

  • The band played about 15 songs, according to a review.
  • A fire broke out in the dressing room, and Nirvana was blamed for it.
  • Kurt said in an interview that the club would be for bands like Huey Lewis and the News, then went on to ask, "What do they know about rock and roll?"
  • The songs “Negative Creep” and “Something In The Way” may have also been played, according to a review and attendees.
  • They played a heavy version of "Something in the way".
  • No Info
Handbill/Flyer, designed by unknown Advert Ticket
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