Kurt Cobain Essay | "Heavier Than Heaven": A Biography of Kurt Cobain

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"Heavier Than Heaven": A Biography of Kurt Cobain

Summary: A summary of the biography "Heavier than Heaven" by Charles R. Cross, which tells the story of the tragic life of Kurt Cobain, the widely influential rock musician and songwriter for the band Nirvana. The book describes his troubled childhood, the band, his marriage and childhood and his suicide.
The biography "Heavier Than Heaven" by Charles R. Cross tells the story of Kurt Donald Cobain, who was born on February 20, 1967, in Aberdeen, Washington. He lived in Aberdeen for many years, with his mom, then his dad, and went back and forth, even living in the streets, in hotel hallways, in the backs of cars, even going as far as to sleep in churches to stay alive. Most of his teen and young adult life was spent homeless. For most of his life he knew he wanted to play guitar, and meant it. He and Krist Noveselic started playing together as friends with many friends that played drums, but soon decided to start a real band. They had many, many drummers in the early days including Dale Crover and Chad Channing. They played their first show at a small house party in...

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