Dave Grohl says Kurt Cobain: Was the greatest songwriter of our generation

-"It is one of my life’s greatest heartbreaks that Kurt isn’t still here to write more amazing songs"

Dave Grohl has reflected on Kurt Cobain‘s seismic musical impact, as well as discussing the emotional toll of Nirvana‘s untimely split.

Speaking on Apple Music’s Medicine At Midnight Radio, Grohl also reflected on how the band were initially surprised by their rise to global fame in the early 1990s

-“We were still in our van and we were just watching this happen in front of us,” he said.

“The shows were getting bigger,” he explains. ​“The crowds were getting bigger. The crowds outside of the shows were bigger than the crowds inside the shows. We could see that something was happening, but we really never expected that it would turn out to be as big as it was. I don’t think any of us expected that.”

Reflecting on the band’s split after Kurt Cobain took his own life in 1994, Grohl said their untimely break-up was one of his “life’s greatest heartbreaks”.

Dave Grohl,Kurt Cobain and Kirst Novoselic of Nirvana in 1992 (Picture: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc)



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