Dave Grohl Rocks Out, Playing Drums Along to the Original Recording of “Smells Like Teen Spirit”




At an event celebrating the release of his new memoir, The Storyteller, Dave Grohl paid a visit to the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles and revisited his Nirvana days, playing drums to the original track of “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” It’s a little a remembrance of days long past. Enjoy….

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