Hear Unearthed Audio From Nirvana’s 1991 Acoustic Gig in Edinburgh

Twenty-six years after Nirvana played an acoustic concert to roughly 20 fans at an Edinburgh pub, audio from that unique December 1st, 1991 performance has surfaced online for the first time.

Nirvana – the gig's "very special guests" who used the not-so-subtle pseudonym "Teen Spirit" – played a handful of

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Watch Alex Williams’ Somber Acoustic Version of ‘Last Cross’

Alex Williams ends his recent debut album Better Than Myself with "Last Cross," a reflective tune that deals with the accrual of worldly burdens and the hope of a final reconciliation. Williams believably embodies the stoic outlaw at its center, calmly stating that his suffering's been worthwhile. In the video, released today, Williams performs an intimate, acoustic rendition of the

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See Jason Isbell’s Stirring Acoustic ‘Chaos and Clothes’

Jason Isbell can be a real goofball. You might not realize it, given the serious, probing nature of his songwriting. But the Grammy winner's sense of humor was on full display on the latest episode of NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series, where he and his band, the 400 Unit, showed up to play a few songs off their new LP, The Nashville Sound.

The ensemble's trio of songs – "Chaos

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Hear George Thorogood’s Solo Acoustic Cover of Hank Williams

George Thorogood single-handedly put Delaware on the map for blues rock, and even an abridged summary of his 40-year career is impressive. Sixteen studio albums, numerous live records and compilations and the classic rock standard "Bad to the Bone" are just a sampling. But on August 4th, Thorogood, at a spry 67 years old, will show he's learned a new trick by releasing his first-ever solo

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