“They spoke the truth, and people listened,” presenter Michael Stipe said. “This was not just pop music.”
Last week, Courtney Love told the world she’d reunited Hole, but in a new interview she’s back pedaling on that statement quite a bit.
If Courtney Love has her way, a musical based on the life and music of her late husband Kurt Cobain will become a reality.
The couple could have definitely used a housekeeper.
There are no indications if this new evidence is pointing towards any foul play involved in the singer’s untimely death, which has long been the source of conjecture and controversy among fans and true-crime enthusiasts alike.
From the looks of Fall Out Boy‘s new video for “Rat a Tat” off their 2013 album, Save Rock and Roll, you should be afraid, very afraid of Courtney Love.
“When asked how important Frances Bean’s well-being is to the defendant, her lip began to quiver and she teared up, avowing, ‘It’s the most important thing,'” SPIN reports.
While Courtney Love’s former contemporaries in Nirvana score a nomination for entry into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame, Love, 49, will end 2013 nomination-less,
In a wide-ranging new interview, former Hole frontwoman Courtney Love talks about her forthcoming solo album
Kurt Cobain of Nirvana died tragically 19 years ago (wow, we’re old) on April 5th, 1994, but his legacy still lives on.