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A MacGyver reboot trailer has been released. The “new” CBS series will star Lucas Till from X-Men fame says Cinema Blend. Lucas ditches the mullet for a stylish yet unkempt Kurt Cobain look. George Eads has also been cast to play former CIA agent Lincoln for the series. Show More Summary
Photo by shootmepeter.com Ask most alt-rock/punk bands from the 1990s or anytime really, and they'll likely tell you how much The Melvins inspired them. Notably, it's been well documented how much Kurt Cobain valued their work and friendship. Show More Summary
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Juliana Hatfield has written a personal essay for the Talkhouse about a letter Kurt Cobain sent her after a backstage encounter in 1993. In the piece, she talks about her financial struggles and how, after keeping the letter in a shoebox for 23 years, she is considering selling it. Show More Summary
Juliana Hatfield has a history of selling off possessions and custom paintings over the years, and today she’s written an essay for The Talkhouse in which she debates whether she should sell off an old personal note from Kurt Cobain. “I recently contemplated selling this letter. I would make a copy for myself, of course, […]
A newly unearthed angry letter that Kurt Cobain wrote to his DGC Records boss David Geffen in 1992, a year after the release of Nevermind, is going up for auction next month, The Daily Mail reports. In the hand-scrawled missive, Cobain threatens to break up Nirvana in response to a Vanity Fair profile on Courtney […]
Hang it up next to your Kurt Cobain credit card and cardigan.
Our new interview series Icebreaker features artists talking about things—some strange, some amusing, some meaningful—that just might reveal their true selves. This edition stars Los Angeles-based ambient explorer Tim Hecker, whoseShow More Summary
During his lifetime, Kurt Cobain was well-known as an American musician and the frontman of the popular rock band Nirvana.
A few months ago, grunge legend Kurt Cobain’s iconic green cardigan – the one he wore during Nirvana’s highly memorable 1993 Unplugged performance on MTV – sold for a whopping $137,500 on auction website Julien’s Live. Seeing as there are diehard fans out there who have the dough to spend on this kind of thing, it only makes […]
A black-and-white Fender Stratocaster guitar used by Kurt Cobain for the end-of-concert, instrument-destroying jams during Nirvana's final tour – specifically at the band's February 16th, 1994 gig in Rennes, France – has hit the auction block. The seller has posted the instrument on auction house Cooper Owen with a minimum required bid...
IDW to publish Who Killed Kurt Cobain? this October.
A new graphic novel will look at the life and death of iconic musician Kurt Cobain through the eyes of his childhood imaginary friend.
Axl Rose and Kurt Cobain were once alike in many ways: two messed-up small-town guys whose lives were changed forever by aggressive, rebellious rock music. But though Nirvana and Guns N' Roses both found fame by blurring the lines between punk and metal, Rose and Cobain found themselves on the opposite side of the rock...
April 5 marked the 22nd death anniversary of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, and many paid tribute to the late musician, posting pictures and messages on social media. In 1994, Kurt Cobain was found shot to death in his Seattle home in what was officially reported as a suicide. Show More Summary
From the perspective of his childhood imaginary friend Boddah, the OGN will capture real-life events from Cobain's life.
SEATTLE will be an apt setting this afternoon for the newest announcement from IDW. The San Diego-based publisher will reveal the title of its new graphic-novel release: “Who Killed Kurt Cobain?” IDW is loosely adapting an English-language version of “Le Roman de Boddah,” a French prose novel by Heloise Guay de Bellissen that details the […]
The private investigator hired by Courtney Love is still convinced she played a part in the Nirvana singer’s death.