A clip from the upcoming Kurt Cobain documentary, “Montage Of Heck” shows Nirvana playing a gig in a bedroom for two people.
Cobain is narrating and said they would consider it a show if they played at home with a few people stopping over. The clip shows Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic rocking out while two people lean on a wall.
The clip cuts to a present-day Novoselic talking about how he saw talent in Cobain before they made it big.
The documentary will premiere on HBO May 4th and will be screened in several theaters over the next few weeks.
This footage was taken near the Macdill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida, and it shows U.S. Army veteran Garrett Goodwin confronting a panhandler wearing a military uniform in traffic to try and scam people out of money.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson joined the show to stick up for Manhattan, Ks. He was listening when Dan said he’d like to live in Manhattan — and then clarified Manhattan, N.Y., not Kansas. Nelson told Dan Manhattan is a great town and invited him to Nelson’s Landing, his family’s restaurant. (via The Dan Patrick Show)
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