Wednesday, July 8, 2015

It Was 17 Years Ago Today

... that Kurt Cobain shot himself to death at his home in Seattle, Washington. A long time ago. (If you're nostalgic about the days of grunge, the Experience Music Project in Seattle has a Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses exhibit opening this month.) Dave Grohl, who can be seen drumming in the video for "Lithium" below, has a new album, Wasting Light, coming out with his band, Foo Fighters, next Tuesday. Strange to think that the Foos have been around about three times as long as Nirvana.

It Was 17 Years Ago Today

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... that Kurt Cobain shot himself to death at his home in Seattle, Washington. A long time ago. (If you're nostalgic about the days of grunge, the Experience Music Project in Seattle has a Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses exhibit opening this month.) Dave Grohl, who can be seen drumming in the video for "Lithium" below, has a new album, Wasting Light, coming out with his band, Foo Fighters, next Tuesday. Strange to think that the Foos have been around about three times as long as Nirvana.

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