Courtney Love is currently in court due to a defamation suit filed by her onetime lawyer, Rhonda Holmes, but the case that initially brought the two together was when Love hired Holmes to help her defend her late husband Kurt Cobain's legacy.
Courtney Love was back in a courtroom Wednesday (Jan. 15) in Los Angeles as the first day of her defamation trial got underway. The singer was in court to answer to a suit filed by her former lawyer, Rhonda Holmes, who claimed that Love defamed her in a public tweet.
The holidays are a good time for mending fences and it looks as though Courtney Love and her onetime Hole guitarist Eric Erlandson are back on good terms. The onetime bandmates had feuded for several years, with Love claiming earlier this year on the 'Opie and Anthony' show that Erlandson had stolen Kurt Cobain's guitars.
Camp Freddy recently kicked off their 7th annual Christmas residency at the Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, Calif. on Dec. 19-21. The first two nights served up plenty of guest star action including a special appearance by Courtney Love.
Courtney Love's life and music career have made for quite the roller-coaster ride. And while she's known as much for her headline-making antics as her music, there's no denying she's released some incredible songs over the years.
Courtney Love is back working on music and her latest effort will reportedly be released under her own name rather than as Hole, though she's still working with a full band. Love spoke with Bust.com about her current musical pursuits and revealed a pair of song titles and a potential moniker for her upcoming studio album in the process.
Although their relationship has been rocky and very much in the public eye, Courtney Love and her estranged daughter Frances Bean Cobain are communicating again. Of course, most of the dialogue is coming courtesy of Love, but hey, at least it's a start.
Last night at the '12-12-12' Hurricane Sandy benefit concert, Paul McCartney performed an original song with the three surviving members of Nirvana. The musical collective wrote the song 'Cut Me Some Slack' during an i
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