Check out this list of musicians that have appeared on FX cult classic show Sons of Anarchy. Henry Rollins, Dave Navarro, Courtney Love, Marilyn Manson…
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I recently came across this really cool photo of Krist Novoselic on stage playing a pink “Hello Kitty” guitar. After doing a bit of research on the guitar I found out it is a “Hello Kitty Stratocaster” by Squier (Fender).
Oasis, the band that mostly everybody loves to hate, have one massively huge fan in Cobain’s daughter, Frances Bean Cobain. Check out some of her Oasis obsessing tweets via her official verified account.
When the Foo Fighters premiered their documentary “Back & Forth” on April 5, 2011 they also streamed a live performance of their new album “Wasting Light” in it’s entirety on foofighters.com.
Kurt Cobain smoked cigarettes, wore old ratty clothes, his hair looked dirty and his shoes were filthy but according to two different sources Cobain smelled great.
“Live Through This” was released only four days after Kurt Cobain was found dead and although Cobain contributed background vocals on the track “Asking For It” he was not credited and was not thanked on the album. So why was DG thanked???
Rumors have always surrounded Kurt Cobain’s actual role in Courtney Love’s band Hole. Love detractors have always maintained that the majority of Hole’s breakthrough album “Live Through This” was written by Kurt Cobain.
Kurt Cobain created the collage on the back cover of the Nirvana album “In Utero”, which he described as “Sex and woman and In Utero and vaginas and birth and death”, that consists of model fetuses and body parts lying in a bed of orchids and lilies. Here is the back cover of “In Utero”…
I recently came across this photo of Nirvana with Frances Bean Cobain sitting on Kurt’s lap in front of a fireplace. I knew this fireplace looked familiar and then I finally placed it. It is in the guest house at Pachyderm Studios in Cannon Falls, Minneapolis where Nirvana recorded “In Utero” in February of 1993.
The “Aoxomoxoa” (ox-oh-mox-oh-ah) album by the Grateful Dead has always been a tough one to pronounce. The words Grateful Dead on the front of the album contain a hidden message in the form of an ambigram, that can also be read as “ATE THE ACID”.