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The Sound Garden, Seattle, WashingtonThe Sound GardenSeattle, WashingtonNature & art, hidden out at Sand Point on NOAA property. Apparently recent changes have re- opened the walking path from 11:30 - 1:30 on normal...Viretta Park, Seattle, WashingtonViretta ParkSeattle, WashingtonThis bench, located in the park adjacent to the house where Kurt Cobain died, has long served as an unofficial memorial to the iconic Nirvana...Black Sun, Seattle, WashingtonBlack SunSeattle, Washington“Black Sun” is a sculpture by Japanese American artist Isamu Noguchi, which was installed in Volunteer Park in 1969. This sculpture is believed to...Neumos, Seattle, WashingtonNeumosSeattle, WashingtonStill one of Seattle’s more popular venues, Neumos has booked a mile-long list of incredible acts over the years. In 1996, Moe’s played host to the...Museum of Pop Culture, Seattle, WashingtonMuseum of Pop CultureSeattle, WashingtonThe colorful Frank Gehry-designed building in the shadow of the Space Needle is the Experience Music Project, a museum dedicated to music history...Object, Seattle, WashingtonObjectSeattle, WashingtonPearl Jam used to practice in the space below the artisan Blacksmith Shop once located here, called Black Dog Forge. The Alley behind the building...The Crocodile, Seattle, WashingtonThe CrocodileSeattle, WashingtonWhat was formerly The Crocodile Cafe (now just “The Crocodile”) is a prominent fixture in the Seattle music scene. Most of the major players in the...Reciprocal Recording, Seattle, WashingtonReciprocal RecordingSeattle, WashingtonThis building was the Reciprocal Recording Studio from 1986-1991, a studio run by Jack Endino and Chris Hanzsek. Nirvana recorded their first demo...Re-bar, Seattle, WashingtonRe-barSeattle, WashingtonRe-Bar, still a popular Seattle club, played host to Nirvana’s album release party for “Nevermind” in 1991. The band was kicked out of their...El Corazón, Seattle, WashingtonEl CorazónSeattle, WashingtonThen known as the “Off Ramp,” this venue (currently another music venue called “El Corazon”) hosted shows by many major bands of the grunge era,...VAIN, Seattle, WashingtonVAINSeattle, WashingtonWhat is now trendy hair salon Vain was once a venue called The Vogue, which is where, in 1988, Nirvana is widely believed to have played their...O K Hotel Apartments, Seattle, WashingtonO K Hotel ApartmentsSeattle, WashingtonNow an apartment building by the same name, the OK Hotel was a popular grunge era music venue. Nirvana’s first performance of “Smells Like Teen...
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