• Jon Stewart will host Nirvana chat session on Sirius XM

    To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the release of Nirvana’s seminal album Nevermind, Jon Stewart will host a Q &A session with the two remaining band members Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic along with Butch Vig, the producer behind the album. The two-hour session — to be aired on Sirius XM on Sept. 24 — will also incorporate questions from fans. Additionally, the satellite radio provider will feature an all-Nirvana channel called Nevermind Radio from Sept. 23 through Sept. 28.

    Unless you’ve been living in a cave or perhaps with the Amish for the past two decades you know that Kurt Cobain, the former lead singer of Nirvana, killed himself in 1994. Grohl has since become the front man for the wildly popular band Foo Fighters. The choice for comedian Stewart to host makes perfect sense, since Grohl has been a longtime friend of The Daily Show, having popped up for interviews over the years and performing with the Foo Fighters. Let’s check out a few of those appearances below, the first of which is from 2001!

    Fred Farris

    Fred’s passion for comedy began at an early age when for some reason his father allowed him to watch George Carlin perform his classic "the seven dirty words you can’t say on television" routine. Fred has spent time in Las Vegas running comedy shows at a casino theater and also in Chicago writing about comedy and producing his own live shows. Since moving to Los Angeles in May 2010, he has worked in the live booking department of a major talent agency and currently works for a top talent management and production company.

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