Dave Grohl Recruits Daughter for Partial Nirvana Reunion Show

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Dave Grohl's 13-year-old daughter, Violet, filled in for the late Kurt Cobain on Saturday during a partial Nirvana reunion show.
You can see fan-shot clips of the performance below.

The band's surviving members — drummer Grohl, bassist Krist Novoselic and touring guitarist Pat Smear — played a mini-set at the Hollywood Palladium for the 13th annual Heaven gala, a charity event organized by non-profit organization Art of Elysium.

Violet Grohl sang lead on Nirvana's 1993 In Utero single "Heart-Shaped Box," murmuring and yelping through the track's anguished, surreal lyrics. Rounding out the band was another alt-rock veteran, Beck, and art-rocker St. Vincent, both on electric guitar.

The five-song set opened with St. Vincent fronting the 1991 Nevermind cut "Lithium." Beck then took over for "In Bloom," with Grohl and St. Vincent on backing vocals.

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