The precursor to the fabled video-comp tune was sung by the star of "Yentl"
In 2003, the Pearl Jam frontman wasn't having any of Bush, and some New Yorkers didn't like it
"Marigold," the only Nirvana track sung by Foos leader Dave Grohl, was later included on the live album "Skin and Bones"
One of the more bizarre collaborations in recent history had a short shelf life
Half their set featured music from "Up," which wouldn't be released for four months
It would be the last televised performance featuring drummer Dave Abbruzzese
A "sore throat" was to blame for the singer's absence, but brother Noel knew better
Only the opening act was playing Metallica songs
As it turns out, maybe Wes Borland is irreplaceable