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On the 20th anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death, Sean Beaudoin declines to tell you what it all means. Continue reading
Bruce Pavitt’s Experiencing Nirvana: Grunge in Europe, 1989 covers the final eight days of the TAD/Nirvana 1989 European tour, beginning in Rome where Kurt Cobain had an emotional meltdown, to a triumphant finale at London’s Astoria Theater.
Twenty years ago, “Hey Jealousy” climbed to #4 on the Billboard charts. A few months later, the man who wrote the song killed himself.
“Nirvana were massively influential, but after [Kurt Cobain] popped himself, I kind of had more respect for him, actually…if you really hate what you’re doing, then why are you doing it?” -Dead Daisies vocalist Jon Stevens
In which James Greer, then a music writer at SPIN, moves in mysterious ways.