Will the Nirvana gang ever get together to do another show?

The last time the surviving members of Nirvana took the stage together was when the band was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2014. That night, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear reunited to perform the group’s grungy songs for the first time since frontman Kurt Cobain passed away. Lorde and Joan Jett were tapped to sing vocals and pay tribute to Cobain.

When asked if something like that could ever happen again, Grohl didn’t rule out the possibility but also didn’t make any promises.

In a story for the U.K.'s The Times, Grohl recalled the Rock Hall performance as one of the "seminal gigs" of his career.

"I got together with my old band mates, Krist and Pat, and guests including Joan Jett and Lorde, and we played those songs again -- it sounded just like it did, but of course with one thing missing," Grohl wrote. "We hadn't played a Nirvana set since Kurt died."

"Could we do that again?" Grohl added. "I don't know." Hey, he didn’t say no. The big question, of course, is who would cover vocals if a reunion did happen.

In other news, Grohl’s band Foo Fighters are on target to release a new album, Concrete and Gold, on Sept. 15.