Who's this beardy with long haired one? The trademark of guys in early 90's. Yup! His name was Kurt Cobain, right? Who doesn't recognize his left handed Jag-Stang Fender? Everybody does recognize! Well for so long he dies fast but for now on happy birthday kurt!! you're always be the stars of the show. 20.02.2014
"It's always the ones that die young we remember for some reason, and I've come to the conclusion that the reason why a lot of musicians' early demises hold such interest is because it leaves people with too many questions. You're just left with some sort of question mark. And it lasts forever." -Dave Grohl
20 years ago today, Kurt Cobain passed away. I wasn't even alive when he passed, but he still is one of my biggest inspirations. Thank you, Kurt for making me smile when I'm crying. Thank you for your music, and making me feel understood. You have done so much for me, and you're not even alive. You'll always have a place in my heart. May your spirit rest peacefully.<3 (my favorite photo of Kurt)
I've always been a paranoid person by nature anyhow, and now I have all these people so concerned with what I say and what I do at all times that it's really hard for me to deal with that. I'm dealing with it a lot better than I would have expected. If I could have predicted what was going to happen to me a few years ago, I definitely wouldn't have opted for this kind of a lifestyle. -Kurt Cobain
"(...) Il avait une guitare, il joue pas très bien, rien à voir avec Perry ou Brady qui sont virtuoses, assez pour s'accompagner, on a chanté ensemble (...)"
I was simply blown away when I found out that Kurt Cobain liked my work, and I always wanted to talk to him about his reasons for covering "Man Who Sold The World." It was a good straightforward rendition and sounded somehow very honest. It would have been nice to have worked with him, but just talking would have been real cool. ~David Bowie