The note was found in Cobain’s wallet after his body was discovered on April 8, 1994, logged into evidence in the Seattle Police Department case file, and never made public until now.
Courtney Love is letting it be known that she’s on the side of those who believe those bleating brass strains need to be as far from rock and roll as possible.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony used to be a drunken, freewheeling event that would stretch to all hours of the night. Today it’s an arena-rock spectacle with stunning moments that won’t soon be forgotten.
Released on April 12, 1994, Hole’s landmark Live Through This is an album that is inherently female, unforgivingly dark, and perfectly self-aware.
“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.
Love has reunited the line-up that recorded such Hole songs as “Malibu” and “Heaven Tonight.”
“There would have to be a story, and a great story, one that hasn’t been told before,” Love said of the proposed musical production.
The couple could have definitely used a housekeeper.
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, but nonetheless moving forward.