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Nirvana celebrated in exhibition


Mr Hudson was among the stars at the event

Mr Hudson was among the stars at the event

Mr Hudson was among the stars at the event

Chart star Mr Hudson and presenter Miquita Oliver were among the guests at a party to celebrate rock legends Nirvana.

They were at a gallery in east London to see photographs of live shows and band memorabilia, to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the group's breakthrough album Nevermind.

Guests watched a performance of Nirvana covers by reggae star Little Roy at the Loading Bay Gallery in Brick Lane.

Celebrations for the 20th anniversary include the release of a limited edition copy of frontman Kurt Cobain's Fender Jaguar guitar, which is to go on sale shortly.

And later this month a remastered version of the album will be released with previously unreleased tracks.

The free exhibition, In Bloom: The Nirvana Nevermind Exhibition, continues until September 25 and includes replicas of the band's stage gear as well as a fragment of one of Kurt's guitars.

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