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article imageDave Grohl wanted to ‘quit’ Nirvana in 1993

By Anish Girdhar     Sep 29, 2011 in Entertainment
A new biography about the life of the Foo Fighters' frontman Dave Grohl says Dave almost left the band in 1993, after overhearing Cobain's criticism, during a flight from Seattle to Los Angeles.
"Kurt was kinda f—ed up. And I heard him talking about how sh—y a drummer I was," Grohl recalls in his biography entitled "This Is a Call: The Life and Times of Dave Grohl", which hits bookstores in December. “I just want to play music. I don’t want to have to deal with any of this craziness.”
The book is authored by former Kerrang! editor, Paul Brannigan. It unveils that by 1993 Nirvana had split into two alienated camps with Grohl and bassist Krist Novoselic in one, Cobain and wife Courtney Love in the other.
The author believes if Cobain had not committed suicide in 1994 and Nirvana was still active, it could probably be without Grohl in the band.
Author Brannigan writes,
"Dave was very aware that Nirvana was Kurt and Krist’s band, and that as lifelong friends, they shared a bond which went beyond music. At some point I feel that Dave would have parted company with the pair."
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