Dave Grohl talks about releasing unseen Nirvana reunion footage from 2014
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Nirvana was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014 and drummer Dave Grohl and bassist Krist Novoselic performed at the ceremony with a number of talented female singers in place of the late Kurt Cobain. However, after the ceremony, the band went to the small Saint Vitus bar in Brooklyn and performed 19 Nirvana songs.

That intimate concert was with Dinosaur Jr.'s J Mascis and Deer Tick's John McCauley. The all-star women from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame concerts joined them, including Joan Jett, St. Vincent, Lorde and Kim Gordon. 

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Dave Grohl mentioned that he called his production company and had them send a camera crew to the club to film the show.

With that in mind, Grohl said that there is a good chance that the fans will see this concert someday. He also said that it would be a shame for it just being a memory and he made sure that it was not something that people can see and enjoy in the future. 

Dave Grohl is heading out on tour with the Foo Fighters and they have a pair of concerts later in 2018 that AXS has tickets available for. On Oct. 10, the band will perform at the Pepsi Center in Denver (buy tickets here) and on Oct. 12, they hit the Sprint Center in Kansas City (buy tickets here).