Over 23 years after lead singer Kurt Cobain died, Nirvana still has a place in fans' hearts — and it can also hold a place on their Christmas trees.Adding to an online store that include sweaters and T-shirts are ornaments baring the band's smiley face logo.
But since they formed in 1994 — and put out three popular albums during that decade — it can still feel like a throwback to buy merch stamped with the band's name.
This year, fans can pick up a limited-edition snow globe stamped with the year 2017 for $24.99, as well as a set of four festive ornaments for $49.99 featuring the band's logo inside a snowflake.
They've been on tour since September but still have a few dates left in Chicago and Los Angeles in December, where they'll sing holiday songs and their biggest hits. that Alanis is putting out holiday ornaments 21 years after Jagged Little Pill debuted?
(No, that's not what irony means — but then again, it was used incorrectly in the song, too.)In addition to sweats, T-shirts, and a mug on her website, the 43-year-old singer behind hits like You Oughta Know and Hand in My Pocket is selling an ornament set for $29.99.
" and try to create the same type of timeless classic sound that we thought we accomplished in the first one,' Nick told People. We loved the first record and we're loving the second record, too.'The album includes songs like The First Noel, O Little Town Of Bethlehem, and Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas, and they're also in the middle of a 29-city tour promoting it.