Kurt Cobain was a multifaceted artist, who not only of course fronted Nirvana, but also, as Artnet News notes, created the band’s artwork for albums like In Utero and Incesticide. But there is more where that came from — and a lot of it is going to be on display for the public to see in an upcoming, touring exhibition. […]
Just days before Kurt Cobain's body was discovered on April 8, 1994, Courtney Love hired private investigator Tom Grant to locate him. In The Mysterious Death of Kurt Cobain Tom Grant takes readers behind the scenes of the investigation. Show More Summary
OMG. Hasbro made a custom “Chewbacca Mom” action figure for the accidental Facebook celebrity. How has her "15 minutes" stretched this long?[TIME] Great news on the housing affordability front: the New York senate has passed a bill banning short-term rentals of entire apartments. Show More Summary
In a new (very interesting) profile in the New York Times about Jeff Jampol, who runs a private company that specializes in managing the estates of deceased famous musicians, an enticing tidbit of information was revealed regarding the estate of Nirvana's Kurt Cobain. Jampol — whose other wide-ranging clients include ... More »
Kurt Cobain’s artwork could soon be part of a traveling exhibition, according to the New York Times. Jeff Jampol of Jampol Artist Management is reportedly working with Kurt Cobain’s daughter Frances Bean Cobain and his widow, Courtney Love, on a touring art show that would feature the Nirvana frontman’s artwork. Show More Summary
An authorized traveling exhibition of Kurt Cobain's artwork is in the works, according to the New York Times. In a profile of Jampol Artist Management's Jeff Jampol, who specializes in the continued business opportunities of legacy acts (or in non-industry terms, deceased artists), Jampol revealed that he's working with Courtney Love and daughter Frances...
The New York Times has a profile on Jeff Jampol, who runs a company that manages the estates of several deceased musicians such as Janis Joplin, and the members of the Ramones and the Doors. Jambol is also involved with the estate of...Show More Summary
The Nirvana frontman's legacy continues
"Aberdeen" is a montage of journal doodles and visual art, including animated excerpts from the documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck.
The grip that “hype” has on consumer culture is one so tight, not even a pair of titanium pliers could pry it. Coveting or adopting something due to its mass popularity or extreme exclusivity is not only something that’s been scientifically-proven to be embedded in a person’s DNA, it’s a trait that’s bracketed the fashion […]
The number 27 has acquired an ominous aura after the deaths of Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse at that age. Their deaths were believed to be substance-related. Yesterday, Thomas Fekete, founder and guitarist of surf-rock band Surfer Blood, died at 27 of a rare cancer, bravely borne. A terrible loss.
When I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2003, I knew exactly one thing about it: Kurt Cobain, the lead singer of Nirvana, had it. And he died by suicide in 1994. As a Nirvana fan, I paid attention to the news about his life […...
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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 […]