This week, the Truther crew tackles the conspiracy that Tupac is still alive and living in Cuba, that Kurt Cobains death may have not been what it seemed.
On April 5, 1994, the Nirvana frontman died at his Seattle home, but his body was found only three days later on April 8.
Kurt Cobain conspiracy theorists have written books, blogs, and made documentaries questioning the forensic findings of the star's death. The post The Kurt Cobain Controversy: April 5, 1994, Was The End Of Nirvana appeared first on CrimeFeed.
In under a decade, Nirvana singer changed music, fashion, Seattle and even suicide rates.
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Best known for taking the last professional images of Kurt Cobain before his suicide, French photographer Youri Lenquette's newest exhibition reveals an eye now firmly fixed on Africa's most vibrant musicians. A longtime documenter of...Show More Summary
When I got to college in 1992, Pearl Jam was a big deal, and Kurt Cobain was still alive. The first Gulf War had recently ended, and Bill Clinton had not yet assumed office. As a freshman, I took a Poli Sci class with a fiery professor, and learned a lot about the Cold […]
Great album titles serve as skeleton keys to deeper understanding of the themes explored in the music. Nevermind echoed the fatalist sigh of Nirvana’s 1991 calling card “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and the ennui clouding Kurt Cobain’s emotional thermostat. To Pimp a Butterfly illustrated the war between integrity and celebrity ... More »
Final Fantasy XV may have a bit of a familiar look to the cities, mainly because Square Enix tried to make them an amalgam of real world places. However, the characters were left to find their own story, and were not based on anyoneShow More Summary
This week's show included songs from Ride, Spoon, The Jesus & Mary Chain, Dirty Projectors, Mac DeMarco, Real Estate, Ryan Adams, a tribute to Kurt Cobain, and more. Continue reading…
It’s fair to say the term “fashion icon” is bastardized as often as “haute-couture” in the social-media-driven realm of the internet, where influence is measured solely by “likes” and “followers”. Though the term “icon” is applied very loosely today, thankfully, civilization still privileges a small cast of original, divisive and perennial trend setters whose cultural […]
The show’s lineup featured Nirvana and Pearl Jam. The Red Hot Chili Peppers were the headliner.
It's hard to reconcile the image of grunge rocker with AARP membership eligibility, but what would've been Kurt Cobain's 50th birthday arrived Monday, and the internet proved it hadn't forgotten about the Nirvana frontman. The Washington state native—who once called his sleepy hometown of Aberdeen "Twin Peaks without the...
In April of 1994, Nirvana frontman and grunge pioneer Kurt Cobain died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was 27 at his time of death. And though few things are as inexorable as time’s passing, it’s remarkable to think that today he would have celebrated his 50th birthday. Read more...
The shoulder-length blond hair. The stubble. The youthful face with its permanently weary gaze. Kurt Cobain is still instantly recognizable as one of the most iconic faces of the 1990s, and the most important musician of the grunge scene. Show More Summary
"You are loved and you are missed."
So much love! Frances Bean Cobain had a touching tribute for her father Kurt Cobain on what would have been his 50th birthday! The 24-year-old shared a handwritten note thanking the late Nirvana frontman for the "gift of life" on Monday, which she posted to Instagram. Related: Frances Officially Has The Douchiest Ex Ever! It read: February 20th 2017. [...]
Francis Bean Cobain paid tribute to her late father on Monday with a handwritten note posted on Instagram. "You are loved and you are missed," she wrote wrote. "Thank you for giving me the GIFT of life." Kurt Cobain would have turned 50 on Feb. Show More Summary
Kurt Cobain will forever be sketched in our minds as the 20-something Nirvana frontman who pioneered the ‘90s grunge era. It’s hard to imagine what Cobain, who died at age 27 in 1994, would have looked like today ? Feb. 20, 2017 ? on...Show More Summary