Dave Grohl Asked To Play Nirvana's "Unplugged" For 25th Anniversary

They say you never know until you ask, so why not give it a try. That's probably the thinking behind the Perth Symphony Orchestra who asked Dave Grohl to perform Nirvana's MTV Unplugged live album for its 25th anniversary.

The Australian group put together a one-minute video of the orchestra performing "Smells Like Teen Spirit". The camera then pans to an empty stool behind the drums with a sign that reads "Reserved for Mr Grohl".

Orchestra founder and executive director Bourby Webster believes because the former Nirvana drummer is "impulsive," he might love to perform with them.

Either way, they plan to exhibit the 1994 album, which was recorded a year earlier, on September 28, with or without the now Foo Fighters frontman.

Since Unplugged featured some orchestral arrangements, could you see this working? Which other albums would you like to see get the classical treatment?


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