Exclusive interviews by NFC
Introduction: This section is quite unique in that it features interviews conducted by the
webmaster of this site. The people interviewed range from relatives to Nirvana members to authors
and journalists, not to mention an interview with Pat Smear who actually played with the band on
their final tour in 1993-1994. These people offer exclusive insight into the Nirvana legacy and provides
their take on the whole story.
Chad Channing's parents
Chad Channing was Nirvana's first real drummer and stayed with the band for more than two years.
Bev, Kurt Cobain's cousin, has written a book for depressed teens.
Coletti is the producer of Nirvana's MTV Unplugged performance (and ALL other Unplugged shows).
Kennedy got hold of many letters written for the first Nirvana fan club - this is his story.
Charles R. Cross - from 1999
Charles R. Cross - from 2001
Cross wrote the book about the Nevermind recordings and the Heavier Than Heaven biography.
Shortly before Kurt's passing, Grant was hired by Courtney Love to locate Cobain.
Gillian G. Gaar
Gaar has written many Nirvana articles, including a comprehensive piece on their recordings.
Carrie wrote the "Eyewitness: Nirvana" book - a day-by-day account of their career.
Kurt St. Thomas
Kurt interviewed Nirvana for "Nevermind: It's an Interview" and co-authored The Chosen Rejects.
Earnie Bailey was Nirvana's main guitar technician and also worked with the Foo Fighters.
Pat Smear was Nirvana's second guitarist in 1993 and 1994. He joined them on their last tours.
Bob Ludwig, president of Gateway Mastering Studios, has mastered several Nirvana albums.
AJ is the director and producer of a Kurt Cobain documentary which was first screened in 2006.