Nirvana Show at J.C. Dobbs, Philadelphia, PA — October 1, 1991 - Never before seen images!

Images selling as NFTs for the 30th anniversary of the release of the legendary album, Nevermind

I was the only one with a camera in the audience when the legendary grunge rock band, Nirvana, played a small club in Philadelphia, PA in front of about 150 people at the now-defunct club, J.C. Dobbs in Philadelphia, PA on October 1, 1991. It was 6 days after the release of their groundbreaking, iconic album, Nevermind. The energy and excitement in the air was amazing — I knew something big was unfolding in front of my eyes, as the hooks of their songs got burned on my brain.

To honor the 30th anniversary of the release of the album, I’m releasing these 29 never-before-seen images of that show as NFTs on OpenSea.io on the date of what would have been Kurt Cobain’s 55th birthday, February 20, 2022. The NFTs are being auctioned off, with a starting price of a quarter-million dollars each ($250,000.) Half of the proceeds of this sale will go to the Trevor Project, a non-profit focused on suicide prevention among LGBTQ youth.

The watermarked versions of these 29 very special images are below. You can see the collection of 29 NFTs at this link.

I am still a professional photographer in Philadelphia with my company, TCI Photo/Video. — Faith Keiser

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Faith West

Faith West

Believes the future of NFTs is in traditional collectibles. The unique combination of provenance and anonymity, plus ease of use, make them the perfect medium.