Post Malone/Courtney Love
[Photos by: Post Malone/Tore Sætre/Wikimedia Commons, Courtney Love/Manfred Werner/Wikimedia Commons]

AltPress reported on April 22 that Post Malone would be hosting a very special Nirvana tribute this Friday, April 24. The news came out of nowhere, with Posty having revealed it out of the blue with a brief teaser. 

Now, Courtney Love has shared her thoughts on the upcoming tribute benefit.

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Post Malone briefly detailed the Nirvana event on his social media accounts just yesterday. We know it’s happening this Friday, April 24 at 3 P.M. PST/6 P.M. EST. We know he’s playing a selection of hits and fan favorites. And, we know Posty is raising money for the United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization.

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We’ve also known that Post Malone is a massive Nirvana fan. He even has Cobain tattooed on one of his knuckles. 

With that being said, we’re sure he’s happy that Courtney Love, absolutely gives her blessing for the livestream event. 

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Thank you @postmalone @who ( worldhealthorganization) & @google who will match 5 million $ in donations . Thank you beloved @coreresponse and the amazing @nhs ( profound to watch this amazing health care system working =🙌 inspiring ) thank you mighty kc for writing these songs with your elegant and monkeyed hands that the kids still want to sing and play and hear and use to fight and hunt and cure and heal and eradicate this fucking covid19 virus. I approve the usage . Good luck mr malone. 

If you didn’t know, Post Malone has always loved rock and roll. There’s some uncovered footage of what seems to be his high school band covering Asking Alexandria. He’s covered Nirvana’s “Lithium” and “All Apologies,” screamed to Pantera‘s “Walk” and has collaborated with the legendary Ozzy Osbourne not once, but twice with “Take What You Want” and “It’s A Raid.”

As stated, the livestream will be broadcast from Posty’s home and air at 3 P.M. PST/6 P.M EST. 

In addition, viewers have the chance to donate to United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization throughout the show. Google will all donations at a 2:1 rate up to $5 million.

For more information, Posty says to text him at (817-270-6440). The livestream will be available on Post Malone’s official YouTube channel here.

Stay tuned in for the event because we’re sure Post Malone has more than a few tricks up his sleeves. 

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