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Ex-Nirvana bassist Kris Novoselic joined his former bandmate Dave Grohl on stage last week (December 9) at a Seattle radio station gig.

Novoselic played bass with the Foo Fighters on one track, 'Big Me' at the KNDD 'Deck The Hall Ball' concert at Key Arena.

Beck's bassist Justin Meldal-Johnson played the rest of the gig, standing in for the band's usual bassist Nate Mendel who had flu.

The gig was only the second time the two have played together in public since the days of Nirvana. In 1997, Kris joined the Foos for Seattle's Bumbershoot festival.

The pair are currently compiling a Nirvana box-set for release some time next year.

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