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Watch: Six Strands of Kurt Cobain Hair Are Up for Auction

- Six Strands of Kurt Cobain’s Hair Are Up for Auction The locks come from a haircut the Nirvana frontman received while in England in 1989 In a world where NFTs are going for big bucks, here’s something tangible (and somewhat macabre) that’s going up for auction. Six strands of Kurt Cobain’s hair are up for bid as part of a music memorabilia lot featuring items from Nirvana, Eddie Van Halen, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, and more. The locks from the late Nirvana frontman were cut in 1989, with an affidavit detailing the story behind their existence. - The strands of Cobain’s hair are being sold as part of the “Amazing Music Auction”, which begins today (May 6th) at 8 p.m. ET through Iconic Auctions. The company has provided photographic evidence of the haircut in question with an explanation that begins, “This one-of-a-kind artifact is entirely fresh-to-market and is accompanied by an impeccable lineage of provenance including photos of Kurt posing with the woman who cut this hair,

40+ unknown photos of Kurt Cobain were posted.by Chad Channing

- 40+ rare and unknown photos of Kurt Cobain were posted. Kurt Cobain was one of the most influential and adored musicians of his generation. The American singer-songwriter was the lead singer of Nirvana and the silent rock god and grunge icon of the alternative music scene of the 90s. Cobain formed Nirvana with Krist Novoselic in Aberdeen, Washington in 1985 and established it as part of the Seattle music scene. Even though the band released only three albums together, Nirvana is one of the best-selling bands of all time, having sold over 75 million records worldwide. - Kurt Cobain took his own life on April 5, 1994, after years of drug abuse and an unsuccessful attempt to complete a rehab program.  “Thank you all from the pit of my burning, nauseous stomach for your letters and concern during the past years. I’m too much of an erratic, moody baby! I don’t have the passion anymore, and so remember, it’s better to burn out than to fade away,”  he wrote on his suicide note. -

Krist Novoselic on recording In Utero and what Nirvana’s future would have been if Kurt Cobain had lived: “After that, we could have done whatever we wanted

- The bassist says fans can hear what the next Nirvana album might have sounded like with You Know You’re Right. Krist Novoselic has spoken about the recording of  In Utero  and what the album’s completion would’ve meant for  Nirvana  if Kurt Cobain were alive. “There was so much going on from  Nevermind  to April of 1994. But somehow, for  In Utero , amidst all that, the band came together,” Novoselic says of the band’s final album in a new issue of  Uncut. - Describing the record as ‘musically diverse’, the bassist says  In Utero  “goes from haunting to menacing to poppy.  All Apologies  is a really good melody.  Milk It  is terrifying, that’s full-on Kurt Cobain intensity right there.  Tourette’s  is a screaming punk rock song that we did in one take.” - “I thought, ‘Wow, this is not mainstream.’ But we also delivered. There was the Nirvana that you’d expect: the quiet part, the drum roll and boom, the big chorus! But we didn’t beat an idea into the ground, it’s not just a form