Today's dose of "kinda cool, kinda heartbreaking, kinda creepy" news comes to us courtesy of Sachs Media, where execs recently bankrolled a series of computer-generated portraits depicting what some of rock's best-loved deceased stars would look like if they were alive today.
Amongst the stories shared and decisions explained in 'Waging Heavy Peace,' Neil Young's new autobiography, the singer reveals that Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's 1994 suicide left him scarred. Cobain quoted one of Young's lyrics in his suicide note.
As former Hole guitarist Eric Erlandson continues the promo tour for his book, 'Letters to Kurt,' he's been dropping bombshells about his experiences with the late Kurt Cobain. The latest is both touching and heartbreaking -- it recounts what could have been.
Kurt Cobain's searing voice was an integral part of Nirvana's sound -- and isolated audio of the late frontman's vocal track on their signature song, 'Smells Like Teen Spirit,' proves just how true that was.
Duff McKagan came out with a memoir earlier this month titled 'It's So Easy: And Other Lies,' and the former Guns N’ Roses rocker held a book signing Friday in his hometown of Seattle to celebrate. Only things didn't go quite as expected when a man interrupted the event to heckle Duff about the last days of Kurt Cobain. Oddly enough, Duff is widely considered to be one of the last known people to see the Nirvana frontman alive.
Courtney Love has spoken out about her late husband, Kurt Cobain, in a tirade published in the latest issue of Vanity Fair magazine. When asked by contributing editor Nancy Jo Sales whether she was still mad at the late Nirvana singer over his 1994 suicide,
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