Twenty years after the Nirvana lead singer took his own life, his image is still iconic for 1990s grunge culture. Remember the rocker with these pictures.
Cobain’s case had been re-examined, not re-opened, by the Seattle PD.
Paul McCartney jammed out with Dave Grohl and the rest of what’s left of Nirvana, but they didn’t play what you’d think they would. Was it a disaster?
The story of Patty Schemel, the drummer of Courtney Love’s seminal band Hole. As a young girl who always knew she was different, Patty never dreamed she would one day be on the cover of Rolling Stone or touring the United States, but she also never thought she could lose everything to addiction.
Follow the Foo Fighter’s 17 year history, from band’s very first songs created as cassette demos by Dave Grohl during his tenure as Nirvana’s drummer, all the way through the creation of their 2011 album, Wasting Light which just swept the Rock categories at this year’s Grammy Awards. Watch the documentary.
Has it all been done before? Maybe. What’s the difference between a reference and an outright copy? Let’s explore that fine line with some blatant examples.
20 years ago today a little band from Seattle called Nirvana debuted their album Nevermind. It did pretty well. Wanna look at the videos?
With the 20th anniversary of Nerevmind coming up this weekend there’s lots of Nirvana in the air. Here, the London-based lo-fi act Porcelain Raft gives a swirly treatment to “Come As You Are.”
How do we even start to cover the covers? Maybe with some connections: Dirty Beaches does Johnny Cash — Cash does Nine Inch Nails — Reznor & Karen O do Zeppelin — it just goes on from there.