New Kurt Cobain documentary to air in UK; includes interview with Duff McKagan

This sunday (February 18), a new documentary called "The Last 48 Hours of Kurt Cobain" will air on BBC2 in the UK at 10 PM. The 80 minute program will "[use] the testimony of people who knew him and witnesses who saw him in his last days to piece together the last movements of the Nirvana frontman who committed suicide in 1994."

Duff McKagan, formerly of Guns N' Roses and now with Velvet Revolver, was reportedly one of the last people to see Kurt Cobain alive and is thus interviewed for the documentary. Journalist Greg Prato recently interviewed the film's director, John Dover, who reveals some interesting details. You can read the interview here.

There's more info about the documentary here.

Posted in NFC news section at on 02-14-2007 @ 3:12 PM (GMT).

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