So I am a fan of 90s rock.. how can anyone not be?? Here's a place to discuss what those 90s rock bands are doing now. Many of them seem to be reforming and cashing in on former popularity, and who can blame them? By the way, when I say 90s rock, I mean grunge, post grunge, alternative, guitar-based radio music that had solos, etc. Don't be ashamed to mention stuff you liked because you heard it on the radio! That's where most of us started! Anyway, I was just looking at the lineup for this year's Ottawa Bluesfest (which I am missing because I just moved north), and I'm shocked to see so many 90s bands on the bill. That's really what inspired this thread. I saw that Moist had reformed and are playing (!!!), also Collective Soul, Barenaked Ladies, Sam Roberts, Beth Hart, Queens of the Stone Age, Third Eye Blind... 90s revival time is in full swing. Alice in Chains played last year, which was pretty great. I saw I Mother Earth and Our Lady Peace on a festival bill recently. Apologies to those who are baffled at how many Canadian bands I'm naming and actually know. Canadian bands were all my wife listened to years ago. . Which bands do you like and that you know are recently active? I'm curious now to actually hear what Smashing Pumpkins are up to these days. Since they reformed, I didn't take much notice. My first favourite band ever was 90s rock, and they're still around - D-A-D, whom you won't know unless you're from Scandinavia. I was also a big fan of Dizzy Mizz Lizzy in my grunge-discovery days. Tim Christensen is a singer-songwriter, but I don't think much of his stuff now.