Rare Nirvana Concert Footage To Air On Vh1, Mtv To Commemorate ‘in Utero’ 20th Anniversary

23. By Margaret Eby / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Wednesday, September 18, 2013, 4:14 PM Comment Denis O’Regan Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain and Dave Grohl of Nirvana in London, 1991. MTV and VH1 announced they would air rare concert footage of the band later this month. Get ready to party like it’s 1993. MTV and VH1 announced on Wednesday that the channels are going to air rare footage of Seattle grunge gods Nirvana next week. The footage includes rehearsals and performances filmed as part of “Nirvana: Live and Loud,” a concert at Seattle’s Pier 48. The networks are reissuing the concert in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of their album “In Utero.” STR New / Reuters The footage comes from ‘Nirvana: Live and Loud,’ a concert that originally aired on MTV on New Year’s Eve 2013. RELATED: LOCHTE DOES NIRVANA’S ‘NEVERMIND’ COVER VH1 Classic will air the footage, including performances of “Heart-Shaped Box” and “Rape Me,” on Sept. 23. The concert will be released on DVD the following day. The DVD will include an oral history of the concert put together by MTV News, complete with commentary from staffers who attended and archival footage of the band.

Free Doo Wop Concert brings music legends The DuPrees, The Coasters and the Original Tymes to Bristol Borough

They are known for their romantic renditions of many great songs, but especially You Belong To Me, Take Me as I Am and Have You Heard. This will be The DuPrees second visit to Bristol Borough performing as the headline act at the Doo Wop in the Park Concert. Their first performance was in 2007. The Coasters are an iconic musical group singing a mixture of blues, rhythm, rock and roll, but are most notably recognized for their doo wop song book. This singing group got their start in Los Angeles, California, but today largely make their home in the Philadelphia New York City area. Some of the songs that fans of The Coasters can expect to hear at the Doo Wop Concert include Wake Me Shake Me, Yakety Yak and Love Potion Number Nine. The Original Tymes actually got their start in 1955 as a singing group at a summer camp in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania and were known originally as The Latineers. For about a decade, the group sang regularly in the Philadelphia area. Their big break came shortly after winning a local radio talent show which eventually led to a record deal and a name change to The Tymes. Their first hit single as The Tymes was a song originally called The Stroll which was reworked, retitled and re-released as So Much In Love. The venue for the eighth annual Doo Wop Concert in the Park is the municipal parking lot behind Mill Street. Concert-goers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets and sweaters to the concert. Vendors serving a variety of foods and beverages will be available for purchase during the concert.