'Yellowstone' Star Luke Grimes Shared a Career Update Ahead of Season 5 Part 2

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Luke Grimes may be busy building a burgeoning country music career, but in a surprise move fans didn't expect, he just paid homage to one of the greatest rock bands of all time.

Ahead of filming Yellowstone season 5 part 2 and appearing at the 2024 Stagecoach music festival on April 27, the actor and singer dropped unexpected news about his latest single. Posting a photo on Instagram, Luke shared with his followers that he released a live cover of Nirvana's track "All Apologies," which he likes to cover when performing live in concert. What's more, listeners didn't have to wait to hear it, as it's already available to download wherever folks get their music.

"Decided to put out a live version of one of the songs we cover," he wrote about his latest single on April 19. "This one is for all the 90’s kids like myself. Hope ya enjoy it as much as we like playing it:)."

When fans caught on to Luke's latest music announcement, they were ecstatic about it and even went to the comments to share how astonished they were by the Nirvana cover.

"This is amazing! It works 🤘🖤🖤," one person wrote on Instagram. "Doesn’t get much better than this," another agreed. "I might not be a 90s kid, but I might appreciate it even more! 👏👏👏👏👏👏," a different follower noted.

As some music fans may know, Nirvana released "All Apologies" in September 1993 with the release of the band's final full-length studio album In Utero, ahead of lead singer Kurt Cobain's tragic death in April 1994. The song was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1995 for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal.

As for Luke's venture into music, the actor released his self-titled album back in March after debuting his EP Pain Pills or Pews in October 2023. He'll likely perform a number of songs off it when he gets on stage at the Stagecoach music festival, but we'll just have to wait and see what setlist he comes up with!

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