As you may know, Dave Grohl was not "technically" the original drummer for Nirvana, as a guy named Chad Channing was the drummer for the debut album named "Bleach." During the recording sessions for "Nevermind," Chad was replaced by Dave Grohl as Chad and the band couldn't agree on the whole songwriting process during for the second album. So, Nirvana had recurited Grohl to become the bands new drummer and the rest is history. In a new Intereview with Kaaos TV, Chad was aked if he had any regrets about leaving the band just a year before they blew up onto the whole music and here is what he had to say:
“I have no regrets because I always thought that things just sort of fall in place for a reason. For example, I was that perfect puzzle piece for the band at the time, and then they needed another piece to do other things and stuff."
“Our differences were strictly on musical level. We always stayed friends. In fact, I remember the first time I saw them with Dave Grohl at this place called the OK Hotel. It was the first time I’ve seen the guys in probably a year or so, and it was really good to see them. It was like, ‘Hey, how’s it going?’ It was very friendly."
It is crazy to think that if Chad was never let go from Nirvana, what would have happen to Dave Grohl's music career and how he would have had to come up from the bottom to make a name for himself. Would the Foo fighters have even had any success or been knowed around the world? Makes you think quite a bit but I'm sure it all took place for a reason. You can watch the full interview Chad Channing had with Kaaos TV down below.
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