Kurt Cobain, the fame that continues to inspire
On April 5, 1994, American musician Kurt Cobain, vocalist of the Nirvana group, died. His death was covered by the mystery. Already 25 years later, he continues to be an icon of rock music, worshiped and loved by those who knew his music.
Danny Goldberg, the Nirvana group manager, this week released a collection of memories from the time he worked with Kurt and the group. This collection is titled “Serving the Servant”.
Nirvana was not the first group of grunge or rock music but their emergence at a time like that of the fall of 1991 remains perhaps the biggest contribution of this group. They also helped other pioneering rock groups and groups from Seattle such as Pearl Jam and Soundgarden to be recognized by fans all over the world.
A quarter of a century later Cobain’s career continues to fascinate and inspire. Rolling Stone magazine has set it and the group in the 30th place on the list of “100 greatest artists of all time”.