LIVE NIRVANA Concert Chronology November 07, 1993 - William and Mary Hall, The College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA, US

    • Kurt Cobain (vocals, guitar)
    • Krist Novoselic (bass)
    • Dave Grohl (drums, backing vocals)
    • Pat Smear (guitar)
    • Lori Goldston (cello)
  • Alex MacLeod (tour manager)
  • Jeff Mason (production manager)
  • Kelly Nase (tour accountant)
  • Susanne Sasic (lighting designer)
  • Craig Overbay (sound engineer)
  • Ian Beveridge (monitor engineer)
  • Jim Vincent (guitar technician)
  • John Duncan (guitar technician)
  • Mike Dalke (drum technician)
  • Ed Swink (stage manager)
  • Dave Stevens (Pro Show sound crew)
  • Allan Bagley (Pro Show sound crew)
  • Tom Pfaeffle (Pro Show sound crew)
  • Spike Brant (LSD lighting crew)
  • Mike Lamb (LSD lighting crew)
  • Pat Connolly (LSD lighting crew)
  • Gary Vaspol (LSD lighting crew)
  • Cellar Door Concerts of Virginia
    • Bill Reed
Load In
Half Japanese Showtime
Breeders Showtime
NIRVANA Showtime
  1. No Info
  1. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter
  2. Drain You
  3. Breed
  4. Serve The Servants
  5. About A Girl
  6. Heart-Shaped Box
  7. Sliver
  8. Dumb
  9. In Bloom
  10. Come As You Are
  11. Lithium part of
  12. Lithium
  13. Pennyroyal Tea
  14. School
  15. Polly acoustic
  16. Milk It
  17. Rape Me
  18. Territorial Pissings
  19. All Apologies
  20. ENCORE
  21. On A Plain
  22. Scentless Apprentice
  23. Blew
  24. jam
  25. Endless, Nameless
AUD #1 incomplete
Unknown > Unknown
Lowest Generation:
Length / Sound Quality:
86:53 min / 6.5
• Missing "Endless, Nameless".
• "Pennyroyal Tea" and the jam cuts out.
AUD #2
Sonic Studios DSM-6 > Sony TC-D5M
Lowest Generation:
Length / Sound Quality:
94:26 min / 9.0
• The master tape was circulated April 10th, 2018.
• The "intro noise" cuts in and cut.

No Info

  • According to a newspaper review, Nirvana played for a crowd of about 5,900.
  • According to an attendee, Nirvana stopped "Lithium" because Kurt got hit with a shoe, which pissed him off and he looked like he was about to leave the stage, he didn't, but sang and played part of the first verse of "Lithium" totally out of tune.
  • The end-of-show jam, on which Kurt sang, seems to be the same jam that was played at the end of the 11/13/93 show before "Do Nuts."
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