Paul McCartney To Front Nirvana Reunion At 12.12.12 Concert?

According to The Sun that’s one of the acts you can expect to see tomorrow night at the 12.12.12 concert for Hurricane Sandy relief.

The sensational gig will see the surviving members of the grunge band together for the first time in 20 years.

And former Beatle Sir Paul will sing with them as they play a new song at a star-filled charity concert in New York.

Macca, 70, has been secretly working with Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl and bassist Krist Novoselic after a recent session at a studio. The pair were founding members of Nirvana along with Cobain, who committed suicide in 1994.

If it’s a new song they are performing it’s not exactly a reunion, but it will be good to see Novoselic and Grohl back together on stage. You can check out the rest of the lineup at www.121212concert.org and myriad of TV, radio, and online venues for the show.

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Posted by on December 12, 2012.
Filed under Entertainment, Hurricane Sandy, Hurricanes.
Doug Johnson is a news junkie and long time blog reader, turned author.

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  • jim_m

    How appropriate that a band whose lead singer killed himself over 20 years ago would find a substitute whose talent died over 20 years ago.

    • warnertoddhuston

      Ha, ha. Couldn’t have said it better myself.

  • LiberalNightmare

    From the story, i cant figure out who is selling out more, nirvana or mccartney.

    Btw remember foo fighters playing with deadmaus for new years? This should be worse.

  • Pretzel__Logic

    As the late great Andrew Breibart would say-We don’t need to see anything resembling Nirvona on stage again.

  • Pretzel__Logic

    As the late great Andrew Breibart would say-We don’t need to see anything resembling Nirvona on stage again.

  • Paul Hooson

    That concert was great. McCartney was in fine form with Grohl and Novoselic. The Who and Stones rocked too. I’m a major league music guy. I was so overjoyed with the concert I watched with tears of joy in my eyes when some of my favorites like The Stones and The Who performed. Loved Eric Clapton doing “Crossroads” too. Really dug his guitar fingering style on that one. Roger Waters also did the Pink Floyd tradition proud with his version of an excerpt from THE WALL. Jolly Good Show!