Nirvana and The Supremes honoured with Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awards

Nirvana and the Supremes received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award at the awards ceremony over the weekend.

Nevermind hitmakers Chris Novoselic and Dave Grohl were presented with the award at the Recording Academy’s Lifetime Achievement Award ceremony in Los Angeles on Saturday night.

“We have a new generation of Nirvana fans and we are so grateful,” Novoselic told the audience. “Thank you everyone. Please keep rocking.”

Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain died in 1994 at the age of 27.

Additionally, the stars of iconic Motown girl group The Supremes were honored.

The daughters of the late Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard were in attendance, but Diana Ross did not attend the ceremony.

In addition, Nile Rodgers, Bobby McFerrin, the late Ma Rainey, Slick Rick “The Ruler”, and Hart’s Anne & Nancy Wilson have also made “outstanding and artistically significant creative contributions to the field of recording.” was recognized and honored.

“When I was told by the Academy that I was going to receive this honor, I said to Harvey[Mason Jr., Recording Academy CEO]’I never thought this was coming.'” Niall laughed. in his speech. “I am extremely grateful to the hundreds of people who have helped us get to this moment. It will be longer than all the Star Wars sequels combined, so I can’t thank them all enough.”

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