Who Sits In With Nirvana?

Nirvana will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and somebody will try to fill Kurt Cobain's shoes. Who should it be?

    Paul McCartney has played with the surviving members of Nirvana, recently. It should be noted that Kurt Cobain preferred John Lennon.

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    Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder and Kurt Cobain had a rocky relationship. But, the fellow Seattle grunge legend could be considered.

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    Soundgarden singer-guitarist Chris Cornell is the other surviving front-man from Seattle grunge's Big Four.

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    Dave Grohl has proven to be strong front-man with the Foo Fighters. He could let another Nirvana drummer handle the drumming duties or even enlist Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins.


    Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins will occasionally sing a song. He even sang Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll" with Zeppelin's Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones with Grohl on drums. So, he's stood in for a legendary singer before.

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    Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme has worked with Dave Grohl a lot over the years.

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    Kurt Cobain was a huge fan of the Pixies and of their front-man Black Francis Cobain once said that "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was his attempt at ripping off the Pixies.

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    REM front-man Michael Stipe was close friend of Kurt Cobain's and is the godfather to Cobain's daughter, Frances Bean.

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    PJ Harvey is an English singer/songwriter and a favorite of Kurt Cobain's. Dave Grohl considered getting Harvey to sing a couple of Nirvana songs at a recent show.

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    There would be no bigger story in music than Courtney Love, Kurt Cobain's widow, filling in for her late husband. But, there are A LOT of reasons why this wouldn't happen.

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