SEATTLE - The Experience Music Project at the Seattle Center plans to open a major exhibit in April on Nirvana, the group that made the grunge sound world famous in the 1990s.
The Seattle Times reports the "Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses" show will run for two years with previously unexhibited artwork by frontman Kurt Cobain, photos and memorabilia -- even Cobain's potted meat collection.
Curator Jacob McMurray says it will pay tribute to Cobain, Krist Novoselic and David Grohl as "normal hardworking guys that just wanted to be in a band."
Novoselic has been a key supporter of the exhibit. McMurray says Grohl also has been involved as well as Courtney Love, the widow of Cobain who committed suicide 17 years ago at his Seattle home.