Fans are more excited now that American rock band Nirvana is finally in Rock and Ro
ll Hall of Fame, and this excitement will definitely trigger as Nirvana’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction is finally available online – yes, Nirvana’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction video in its full 38 minutes and it does not even count the 3-minute introduction that featured Kurt Comment’s archival commentary!
Then vocalist and guitarist Kurt Cobain commented in Nirvana’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction video, saying as the video starts: “The momentum and excitement at the time was so great because there was just like this new thing happening. No one could quite pinpoint it, but we knew that we were a part of it.” The video also featured few goofy shots of the band and live performances clips. Drummer Dave Grohl also talked about the band’s surprising live legacy in the video: “There are bands that can either be the greatest band in the world – or a total fuckin’ trainwreck, and Nirvana was kind of one of those bands.”
As Michael Stipe delivers his induction speech, he talks about how he missed Kurt Cobain. Meanwhile Dave Grohl said that he was the “luckiest person in the world” that he is part of Nirvana. Now, Nirvana joins major rock acts such as KISS, Cat Stevens, Hall and Oates, Peter Gabriel, and Linda Ronstadt as they are now officially in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!
Watch the video here!