Nevermind the fact Nirvana was formed in Washington, the band was largely responsible from popularizing grunge music in the ‘90s, so it’s only right that they someone has amassed a bunch of their stuff for a museum exhibit in Seattle. Come April 16th of next year, Seattle’s Experience Music Project, a museum designed by Frank Gehry, will host an exhibit titled Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses will showcase more than 200 items of band memorabilia and artifacts. Some reports say Dave Grohl and Courtney Love have both been involved in the exhibit, which will include items like hand-written lyrics and a painting by Kurt Cobain. You don’t have to buy those plane tickets quite yet, as the exhibit will run for just over two years, through April 22nd, 2013.
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