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Nirvana were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.
Nirvana accidentally kicked off a cultural revolution with 1991's Nevermind, an album that brought rock and roll kicking and screaming into the modern world.
The Seattle trio disdained the kind of bloated, corporate music that was then dominating the airwaves; as a result, their approach was raw, punk-inspired and messy, and fuled by an underlying desire to ignore (and subvert) the status quo. Nirvana expressed angst, ennui and frustration through their music-but made sure to deliver plenty of catharsis as well. More on rockhall.com...
Nirvana Materials in the Catalog
The following are books available for use in the Library Reading Room. Additional Nirvana books in our collection can be found here.
A podcast for anyone who has ever heard of Nirvana, as well as those who haven’t! Hosts Adam Tod Brown, Travis Clark, and Andy Sell talk about the history, music and behind the scenes stories of one of the greatest bands of all time.