nprmusic:

Two years ago, the 20th anniversary of Nirvana’s Nevermind sparked a slew of retrospectives about the Seattle grunge scene. But those narratives left something out: the influence of women. A new play aims to update the historical record.

nprmusic:

Two years ago, the 20th anniversary of Nirvana’s Nevermind sparked a slew of retrospectives about the Seattle grunge scene. But those narratives left something out: the influence of women. A new play aims to update the historical record.

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  5. drbirdsadviceforsadpoets reblogged this from grungebook and added:
    I agree: ELOT has contributed a ton to the history of grunge and the important role of great female bands. Not a knock...
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  7. wolleben reblogged this from nprmusic and added:
    role of society/history so no great shock unless you consider Nirvana already had a 20th anniversary… I’m older than I...
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  13. ununhexium reblogged this from grungebook and added:
    hell yeah mark yarm telling it like it is
  14. yourweaponisguilt reblogged this from grungebook and added:
    It also includes a few bits about Babes in Toyland, as well!
  15. grungebook reblogged this from nprmusic and added:
    I’d like to point out that my narrative of the grunge scene, Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge, covers...