Jon Stewart to Host Q&A with Nirvana

Surviving members will chat with 'Daily Show' comedian on SiriusXM

August 25, 2011 5:30 PM ET
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Daily Show host Jon Stewart will host a Q&A session with the surviving members of Nirvana on a SiriusXM broadcast celebrating the 20th anniversary of their landmark album Nevermind. SiriusXM's Town Hall with Nirvana will be part of the satellite radio network's Nevermind Radio limited-run channel.

Krist Novoselic, Dave Grohl and producer Butch Vig will chat with Stewart through the two-hour program, which will air live on September 24th starting at 8 p.m. ET. The musicians will also field questions from the studio audience in New York and callers from around the world.

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