On April 12, 1994, Hole established themselves as a band to be reckoned with by releasing the 'Live Through This' album.
Check out video of Hole singer Courtney Love performing one of the songs from the upcoming musical.
Bassist Melissa Auf Der Maur says reuniting with Hole in the studio was "truly beautiful," but says she's back to being a mom.
Courtney Love's memoir is not progressing to her satisfaction, but she did offer some hope for a potential reunion of Hole's classic lineup.
Even though she reunited with members of the classic Hole lineup earlier this year, Courtney Love says she's ruling out a reunion.
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.
The seeds have been sewn over the last couple of years, but now comes word that Courtney Love will indeed reunite with classic members from Hole's past for new music. In a new interview, Love reveals she's back working with bassist Melissa Auf Der Maur, guitarist Eric Erlandson and drummer Patty Schemel.
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.