Kurt Cobain’s Favorite Books – Your Favorites' FavoritesTwenty-five years ago, on April 5, , Kurt Cobain died at the age of 27 , a victim of suicide. This deeply reported biography by Michael Azerrad, first published while Cobain was alive, was the original bible for Nirvana fans. Its strongest passages evoke the life of young Cobain in Aberdeen, Wash. Charles R. Cross, formerly the editor of the Seattle music paper The Rocket, covered the Nirvana story from early on — and conducted over interviews for this thorough, definitive biography. Its multiplatinum success also opened the doors for many Nirvana-bes. They seemed almost embarrassed.
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Two generations — Gen X and millennials — idolize this man, who, despite dying just as Web 1. To which I counter: does the world need so-called new thoughts on Kurt when so many great ones already exist? It encompasses old magazine interviews, zines, and new criticism; biographies and memoirs from those surrounding him; and photo books and collections. In addition to these highlights, all of which are available online, NirvanaClub. Enough to lose a Saturday afternoon to. Cross , who would go on to write three books about the band and Kurt more on that in the books section of this guide.
Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Musicians like to read as much as the next person and being a creative lot they tend to draw inspiration from their favorite books. Which pieces of literature have struck a chord in the hearts of our favorite rock stars? Idol was so obsessed with the book that he refused to answer any questions by reporters about the album who hadn't also done so.