Nirvana members reunite at music festival

The Foo Fighters and Queen drummer Roger Taylor as Chevy Metal & The Holy Shits perform onstage during the Cal Jam 18 pop-up concert.Featuring: Dave GrohlWhere: Los Angeles, California, United StatesWhen: 26 Aug 2018Credit: Charlie Steffens/

(WENN) — Former Nirvana stars Dave Grohl, Pat Smear, and Krist Novoselic reunited for a second time in weeks to perform at the Cal Jam festival on Saturday.

Grohl and Smear, who are members of Foo Fighters, appeared with Novoselic onstage on Saturday during the group’s set and were also joined by Joan Jett and Deer Tick’s John McAuley.

During the set, Jett took on lead vocals for songs Breed, Smells Like Teen Spirit, and All Apologies, while McAuley lead Serve The Servants, Scentless Apprentice, and In Bloom.

The rockers’ performance follows their reunion at a Foo Fighters show in Nirvana’s native Seattle, Washington last month. The Seattle show wasn’t the first time the former Nirvana bandmates had reunited on stage – they performed together at a Foo Fighters show in Oregon last year.

Meanwhile, Jett joined Grohl, Smear and Novoselic to perform Smells Like Teen Spirit when the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.