September 2nd, 2014

No Seattle highlights lesser-known Northwest rock acts

The compilation features 23 different bands, largely unknown today but featuring a fair number of familiar names in the lineups. The Ones featured Jack Endino on bass, before Endino became Sub Pop’s go-to producer for the burgeoning Seattle music scene. When Bundle of Hiss went their separate ways, drummer Dan Peters joined (and still plays with) Mudhoney, while bassist Kurt Danielson took up with the heavyweight TAD. And after her tenure in Kill Sybil, drummer Patty Schemel became the drummer for Hole.
July 20th, 2014


Mark, Ed, Dan and Matt.

Pic by Duncan Sharp

Eddie Vedder with three-quarters of Mudhoney.

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April 10th, 2014

Three Nirvana drummers and Jack Endino walk into a Barclays. From left to right: Dan Peters (Mudhoney), Endino, Dale Crover (Melvins) and Chad Channing (Before Cars), gathered for Nirvana’s Rock Hall of Fame induction.


March 18th, 2014


New photo of Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain and Dan Peters, 1990.

Mudhoney drummer Dan Peters, who was replaced by Dave Grohl in Nirvana, will attend the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction as a guest of Nirvana’s. However, he will not be inducted.

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July 9th, 2013

DVR Alert: Mudhoney play Late Night With Jimmy Fallon tonight, July 9. (Photo by Dan Peters)

July 8th, 2013

Screaming Trees - Van Conner, Gary Lee Conner, Mark Lanegan and Dan Peters


Screaming Trees - Van Conner, Gary Lee Conner, Mark Lanegan and Dan Peters

Reblogged from Mudhoney
December 3rd, 2012

The New Original Sonic Sound (a Sonics tribute band featuring members of Mudhoney, Girl Trouble, the Tom Price Desert Classic and the Young Fresh Fellows) play a benefit for Norton Records at Seattle’s Tractor Tavern Sunday night. (Photo by Cathy Rundell)

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November 23rd, 2012

Twentieth-anniversary edition of Nirvana’s Incesticide (45 RPM), a Record Store Day Black Friday release.

Reblogged from STOP THE WEAKNESS
November 15th, 2012

Mudhoney’s Dan Peters and Mark Arm on either side of TAD frontman Tad Doyle.


October 4th, 2012

Excerpt from’s How J Mascis Almost Joined Nirvana (Twice!) and Built to Spill:

"Nirvana was playing Maxwell’s and after the show I was talking to Kurt and [Sonic Youth’s] Thurston Moore," Mascis says, referring to Nirvana’s date at the famed Hoboken, New Jersey venue on July 13, 1989. "Kurt said, ‘you should join my band.’ I think he was sick of the guy Jason [Everman] who was in the band at the time, and thought I should play guitar. I didn’t think much about it. Later, there was also talk of playing drums on a single [1990’s ‘Sliver’] they were doing, but it ended up being [Mudhoney drummer] Dan Peters.”

October 2nd, 2012

Mudhoney’s Mark Arm and Dan Peters get close, post-show in Missoula, Montana. (Source: Mudhoney Facebook page)

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Official Tumblr for Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge, a Time magazine book of the year. (Now in paperback; purchase info here.) The blog is run by the author, freelance writer/editor Mark Yarm; he is of no relation to Mark Arm of Mudhoney.