The latest ‘South Park’ holiday episode went for broke, poking fun at bloated holiday specials, smug celebrities and especially holograms, including those of Kurt Cobain, Tupac, Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson.
Fans of Nirvana—and, more specifically, frontman Kurt Cobain—will have their eyes glued to HBO next year.
You might know Dave Grohl as the frontman of the Foo Fighters, but according to the former drummer, he’s just a dad who spends a lot of time shuttling his kids around in a mini-van. And when he’s not busy doing that, he plays a little music.
According to producer Butch Vig, the band’s relentless practice schedule before recording the 1991 classic was a way to stay warm during the brutal Northwestern winter.
We’re officially in October now, so it’s time to figure out what you’re going to be for Halloween. Why not put some creative thought into it this year? You know you’re tired of using the same costume every year. If you’re having trouble finding inspiration, you might be surprised by how many ideas you can get from the world of music. You could dress up as a favorite artist of yours, or you could even be a literal representation of your favorite band or song. If your costume gets recognized at a Halloween party, then you might have just met someone who shares a similar taste in music. So here are ten costumes from the world of music to help you change things up on Halloween this year.
Kurt Cobain liked them so much that he invited them to open Nirvana’s Nevermind tour. Kitsch-pop from Japan from a trio of women, it’s Shonen Knife. But wait. There’s more. Their 1998 album Happy Hour […]
What can you say about a band whose lead guitarist feels that only an improperly tuned guitar can convey the intended musical message? Half Japanese has been around since the late 70’s. Kurt Cobain was […]
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“Some beautiful blond, tragic, gorgeous actor boy is hitting on me, and why? He wants to play Kurt. So I am moving that over to the agency side. I am not Cecil B. DeMille or anything like that.”
“He wrote to every major, minor label: ‘We’ll pay. Let us be on your label.’ He was desperate to be the biggest rock star in the world. But he made it look like it was thrust upon him.”