Courtney Love addresses Kurt Cobain's thoughts on fame in a new National Geographic Channel miniseries about the '90s.
Recently, the Seattle Police revealed a note found in Kurt Cobain's wallet at the scene of his death. The sarcastic take on wedding vows raised many questions, including speculation over who actually penned the over 20-year-old note. Now, it's been confirmed by Courtney Love herself that she was the one who put pen to paper.
One of the great things about Courtney Love's music over the years is how rough around the edges she's always been. Fans recently got a taste of that with the releases of the singles 'You Know My Name' and 'Wedding Day,' and now Love is adding a visual element to things with the 'You Know My Name' video.
Courtney Love stirred up plenty of excitement revealing that she had been jamming with her former Hole bandmates Eric Erlandson, Patty Schemel and Melissa Auf Der Maur, but she later revealed that she may have jeopardized that reunion by letting the cat out of the bag too soon. In a new interview with Pitchfork, Love admits that a Hole reunion is not a definite and is still in the feeling-out stage.
There have been plenty of rumors, conspiracy theories and accusations over the years, but so far there has been no confirmed ties that Courtney Love had anything to do with Kurt Cobain's death. That hasn't stopped Love's own father, Hank Harrison, from suggesting that his daughter was involved.
It was the hug felt 'round the world. Kurt Cobain's widow, Courtney Love, who had battled with Krist Novoselic and to a greater extent Dave Grohl over how to handle Nirvana's musical legacy over the years, openly embraced both during her speech at the band's Rock Hall and Roll Hall of Fame induction. But even before the public got to see the peaceful public declaration, there was a more private one.