Paul McCartney has played with the surviving members of Nirvana, recently. It should be noted that Kurt Cobain preferred John Lennon.
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Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder and Kurt Cobain had a rocky relationship. But, the fellow Seattle grunge legend could be considered.
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Soundgarden singer-guitarist Chris Cornell is the other surviving front-man from Seattle grunge's Big Four.
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Dave Grohl has proven to be strong front-man with the Foo Fighters. He could let another Nirvana drummer handle the drumming duties or even enlist Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins.
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Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins will occasionally sing a song. He even sang Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll" with Zeppelin's Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones with Grohl on drums. So, he's stood in for a legendary singer before.
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Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme has worked with Dave Grohl a lot over the years.
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Kurt Cobain was a huge fan of the Pixies and of their front-man Black Francis Cobain once said that "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was his attempt at ripping off the Pixies.
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REM front-man Michael Stipe was close friend of Kurt Cobain's and is the godfather to Cobain's daughter, Frances Bean.
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PJ Harvey is an English singer/songwriter and a favorite of Kurt Cobain's. Dave Grohl considered getting Harvey to sing a couple of Nirvana songs at a recent show.
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There would be no bigger story in music than Courtney Love, Kurt Cobain's widow, filling in for her late husband. But, there are A LOT of reasons why this wouldn't happen.