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|Posted or updated: 06-26-2008 @ 1:59 PM (GMT) by Uanah.|
|NFC News David Benioff talks about Cobain biopic|
American writer David Benioff talks about work on the Kurt Cobain biopic in a recent interview. "Biopics are always tough and I’ve loved his music for so long I don’t want to mess it up. I’m going over it with Courtney Love right now. I thought Heath Ledger would have been great to play Kurt. Maggie Gyllenhaal would make a great Courtney. Full interview here.
|Posted or updated: 06-26-2008 @ 11:24 AM (GMT) by Uanah.|
|NFC News San Diego man looks back on Nirvana's '91 OTR in-store show|
An article on historic concerts in the San Diego Reader features a lengthy account, complete with visuals and testimonials, of Nirvana's 10-24-91 Off the Record in-store performance, near the start of their first national headline tour. "Right when we found out Nirvana was definitely coming, Nevermind jumped from number twenty to number seven on the Billboard charts. At that point, they decided there'd only be three in-stores for the whole tour - Seattle, San Diego and New York. For the one in Seattle, they purposely leaked out the wrong date and location, so the actual gig could stay a secret until the last possible minute", remembers OTR's Phil Galloway. "Part of the deal was that we had to provide the equipment, a twelve string guitar, a PA. The plan was for them to do an all-acoustic set. Geffen Records or some radio network was also going to record it. Things on our side fell through because we had all right handed instruments and so Kurt went ahead and played electric guitar. They ended up doing a whole forty minute hard rock set." Read full article here.
|Posted or updated: 06-26-2008 @ 11:15 AM (GMT) by Uanah.|
|NFC News Article presents Cobain's poetry connection|
A phillyBurbs.com article by Tim Appelo elaborates on the connection between Kurt Cobain's life and art and the works of 1920s poet Elinor Wylie and award-winning poet Alicia Ostriker. Read article here.
|Posted or updated: 06-26-2008 @ 10:58 AM (GMT) by Uanah.|
|NFC News Cobain featured in star resurrection poll|
|Posted or updated: 06-23-2008 @ 11:08 AM (GMT) by Uanah.|
|NFC News Nirvana featured in best cover list|
|Posted or updated: 06-23-2008 @ 10:59 AM (GMT) by Uanah.|
|NFC News Cobain in the Dead at 27 Club by Gigwise|
Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is featured in the Dead at 27 tribute put together by Gigwise.com. More info here.
|Posted or updated: 06-20-2008 @ 4:25 PM (GMT) by Uanah.|
|NFC News How many people still listen to Nirvana?|
An article in the blog section of the Conde Nast Portofolio sets to find out how many people still listen to Nirvana, based on sales and Internet queries: "On Last.fm, Nirvana has been scrobbled, or listened to, 42 million times. Outside of the Beatles at #3, Nirvana is the only band on the site's top 10 list that's still not around, except on millions of playlists." More here.
|Posted or updated: 06-20-2008 @ 4:21 PM (GMT) by Uanah.|
|NFC News Fluid reminisce about Nirvana|
Denver punk-rock legends Fluid remember their relation to Nirvana, as they prepare for the Sub Pop anniversary show. "I think the real problem with Nirvana is that it went from nothing to millions of records sold in a matter of months. And so that can't really be a healthy thing to go through, and I can't even begin to imagine the stress level that would generate", says Fluid frontman John Robinson. Read articles here and here.
|Posted or updated: 06-20-2008 @ 4:10 PM (GMT) by Uanah.|
|NFC News Death Cab for Cutie bassist talks about Nirvana|
Death Cab for Cutie bassist Nick Harmer talks about Nirvana in a recent interview. "I was a kid growing up in the Northwest," he explains. "I saw all of my own little private bands become international superstars, seemingly overnight. Nirvana comes to mind immediately, and Mudhoney, and all the bands around Seattle that I thought were my thing. I’m 33 now, and I still really like Nirvana" Harmer says. "I never really stopped liking them just because they became one of the biggest bands in the world." More here.
|Posted or updated: 06-20-2008 @ 3:59 PM (GMT) by Uanah.|
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