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Welcome to The Krist Novoselic Dedication Page

This website is dedicated to the legendary musician and political reformist Krist Novoselic. The purpose of the website is to provide fans with a wealth of information relating not only to Krist’s musical career, but also his political and personal endeavors. We make every attempt to provide you with the most up-to-date information regarding Krist’s activities.

Born Krist Anthony Novoselic on May 16, 1965 to Krist and Maria Novoselic, Krist began his life in Compton, CA. When he was 14, Krist, his parents and two siblings moved to Aberdeen, WA. It was here that Krist would meet Kurt Cobain and begin one of the most influential bands of the 20th Century, Nirvana. On September 24, 1991, the release of Nirvana’s Nevermind solidified Krist’s position in the history of Rock and Roll.

Since Kurt Cobain’s suicide on April 8th, 1994, Krist has starred in two musical acts. His first band after NirvanaSweet 75, is considered a commercial failure due to the lack of publicity the band received. Sweet 75 was made up of Krist on guitar, Yva Las Vegas on bass and Adam Wade on drums. Sweet 75 broke up in the summer of 2000.

In late 2001, Krist teamed up with fellow musicians Kurt Kirkwood (Meat Puppets) and Bud Gaugh (Sublime) to form Eyes Adrift. Eyes Adrift released their first and only album on September 24, 2002 to much praise. After a lengthy tour, the album was considered a commercial failure and the band soon broke up.

More recently, Krist has been known for his political endeavors. In 1995 he founded JAMPAC (Joint Artists and Music Promotions Political Action Committee) to lobby against a Seattle bill that would make it easier to censor music. Currently, Krist has been advocating voting reform by supporting initiatives such as Instant Runoff Voting and Proportional Representation. To learn more about Krist’s political endeavors, please view the Krist and Politics webpage.

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30th anniversary of last Nirvana concert

On March 1, 1994, “Nirvana” took the stage for the last time and played the last chord of their short career. The performance took place at “Terminal 1 Flughafen München” in Munich Germany in front of 3,050 people. Many believe that the band’s last performance was on November 18, 1993, a performance during which the…

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Contenders: Post-Punk

by Nick PaumgartenThe New YorkerOctober 11, 2004 It is customary for politicians to be called rock stars and for rock stars to be active in politics, but there haven’t really been any rock stars who are politicians, in the Mr. Smith sense of the word. “Sonny Bono doesn’t count,” Danny Goldberg, the record executive and…

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Democracy Is Everybody’s Business

By Vince Darcangelo, Boulder WeeklyOctober 8, 2004 Krist Novoselic, the former bassist of Nirvana, ditches grunge and embraces government. In the early ’90s, Krist Novoselic played bass for Nirvana, one of the most popular bands of the decade. While politically active as a musician, in his post-rock-idol life he has become very involved in politics….

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