Nirvana first gig photos unearthed after teenager tweets Kurt Cobain pictures
Seattle teenager Maggie Poukkula has unwittingly posted rare photos of Nirvana's first ever concert, to her Twitter account.
Poukkula (19) was unaware of the significance of the images which show the band playing their first gig in her dad Tony's basement in 1987.
The line-up at the time included Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, and Aaron Burckhard and they were joined for a couple of Led Zeppelin covers by Tony, who played for local band Laytem.
Speaking to Rolling Stone, Maggie said, "I had no idea that those were during Nirvana's first concert.
"My dad showed me them a while back, but he never mentioned that's what was going on in the photos. I found out because of all the articles. I didn't realise it was such a historical thing. I thought they were just cool pictures of my dad and Kurt jamming together."
Maggie found the pics in her dad's collection of Cobain biographies.
The photos come in the wake of Brett Morgan's haunting documentary Cobain: Montage of Heck which featured similar never-before-seen or heard footage, photos and audio of Cobain and Nirvana from the early days of the band.
Pictures of my dad and Kurt Cobain playing together back in the day pic.twitter.com/y7lXh6acVn— Maggs (@mjpoukkula) July 16, 2015