Complete video of Nirvana's induction and performance at the 2014 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has appeared online.
As HenneMusic reports, the 40 minute clip features the opening career video montage and speech from ex-R.E.M vocalist Michael Stipe, the acceptance speech from the band, as well as the band's live performance.
As HenneMusic notes, Nirvana closed out the evening with a raucous set as they were joined by a host of female singers for their induction performance.
Joan Jett opened the program with a searing rendition of the band's signature tune, "Smells Like Teen Spirit;" Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth fame followed on "Aneurysm;" St. Vincent (a.k.a. Annie Clark) performed "Lithium," and New Zealand pop sensation Lorde closed out the event with a version of "All Apologies."
Check out the full video below: