Malfunkshun, The Andrew Wood Story

Pearl Jam 20


Nirvana: Live Tonight Sold Out

Nirvana: Live at The Paramount

Soundgarden: Motorvision


I’M NOW: The Story of Mudhoney

Hit So Hard, The Life and Near Death of Patty Schemel (Drummer for Hole)


Everybody Loves Our Town by Mark Yarm

Grunge Is Dead by Greg Prato

Dark Black and Blue: The Soundgarden Story by Greg Prato

Touch Me I’m Sick & Nirvana by Charles Peterson

Come As You Are, The Story of Nirvana by Michael Azerrad

Pearl Jam 20 by Cameron Crowe

This Is a Call by Dave Grohl and Brannigan Paul

It’s So Easy by Duff McKagan


90’s Stuff You May Not Know About:


Mother Love Bone

Alice In Chains-SAP (EP)

Temple of The Dog

Singles Soundtrack

Mad Season-Above (I suggest the box set that includes a live CD and DVD)

Screaming Trees

Sunny Day Real Estate


New Stuff:

Brad (Stone Gossard’s other band with late lead singer, Shawn Smith)

Star Anna


Ayron Jones 

Sonic Evolution (Live tribute to Mad Season and live Temple of The Dog reunion) 

Record Stores:

Easy Street Records and Cafe: 4559 California Ave. SW (West Seattle)

Zion’s Gate: 1100 East Pike Street (Capitol Hill)

Wall of Sound: 1205 East Pike Street (Capitol Hill)

Holy Cow Records: 1501 Pike Place Hill Climb (Stairs to Waterfront)

Singles Going Steady: 2219 2nd Ave. (Belltown)

SUB POP Records Store: Terminal C at Sea-Tac or 2130 7th Ave. (Belltown)

Bars/ Restaurants:

Screwdriver Bar: 2320 1st Ave. (Nirvana's old practice space. Tons of memorabilia)

Linda's Tavern: 707 East Pine St. (Kurt Cobain had his last meal here on April 4, 1994)

Virginia Inn: 1937 1st Ave. (Steve & Linda drank water in the corner booth in Singles)

5 Point Cafe: 415 Cedar St. (Near MoPop Museum)

Comet Tavern: 922 East Pike St. (Capitol Hill)

Shorty's: 2316 2nd Ave. (Downtown)

Sloop Tavern: 2830 NW Market St. (Ballard)

Ozzie's Diner: 105 West Mercer St. (Lower Queen Anne Hill)

Pike Place Bar & Grill: 90 Pike St. (Windows overlook Market and Fish Stand)