Nirvana Reunion Tour Set for 2020 With Axl Rose
Rolling Stone Magazine recently concluded a series of interviews with the former members of the 1990's revolutionary band "Nirvana" and the former lead singer of "Guns N' Roses" Axl Rose. Unfortunately, following the untimely death of their lead singer Kurt Cobain on April 5th, 1994, Nirvana has yet to endeavor towards a reunion tour. But lately, following the success of Axl Rose taking over for ACDC's lead singer Brian Johnson on their world tour, Former Nirvana bandmates Dave Grohl and Pat Smear have begun talks with Axl in regards to a Nirvana reunion tour in the US beginning in 2020.
This comes as unprecedented news after the huge comeback of Axl Rose joining forces with the legendary band from New Zealand, ACDC.
Representatives of Dave Grohl, as well as Pat Smear have confirmed this collaboration with Axl. When contacted, Axl Rose declined to comment.