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I haven’t posted any Foo Fighters articles in at least a month, but the fanboy in me forced me to expose you to Foo Fighters’ collaboration with rock legend Joan Jett on the “Late Show with David Letterman.”
In other Foo Fighters news, Courtney Love was acting like Courtney Love does. When a fan holds up a picture of a deceased Kurt Cobain at a Hole concert in Sao Paolo, she loses her crack and meth laced mind. She then holds the concert hostage and forces the audience to chant, “Foo Fighters are gay.” Isn’t it weird that Love has had not one hit song since Cobain “Dwyered” himself? Hmmm. I guess it’s just a zany coincidence.
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So was Courtney Love really irate when she called out a fan in Sao Paulo for holding up a photo of Kurt Cobain? Or was it all a publicity stunt for her upcoming memoir and reemergence into current popular culture?
When I wrote yesterday about the confrontation, it sounded like classic Courtney Love. She spotted the fan holding a photo of Cobain, who was married to Love before committing...
Here's a study in what not to do at Hole concert -- at least, not as long as you're in Courtney Love's line of sight.
For starters, don't remind her about husband Kurt Cobain, who committed suicide at his Seattle home in 1994. Don't, say, hold up a photo of the deceased Nirvana frontman, like one fan did at a Sao Paulo show Sunday.
It's not clear why the...
So, maybe Courtney Love isn't Dave Grohl's biggest fan -- that's nothing new. At a Sao Paulo show last weekend, Love took off her shirt, stormed off stage and then encouraged her fans to say Grohl's post-Nirvana band is "gay."
Needless to say, it was a pretty eventful concert.
Love, who was married to Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain until his suicide in 1994...
Why? I cannot say. The Foo Fighters did perform on Letterman’s show on Tuesday night (with Joan Jett, of all people), but that does not explain why Dave Grohl was at TD Garden on Wednesday evening, especially given the Bruins were not playing on that particular evening and the next scheduled date on the Foo [...]
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I’ve never been to India. I’ve been to Indiana, but I’ve never been to India, so in my first 31 years, 181 days and nine hours, I’d never experienced what it’s like to first lay eyes on the Taj Mahal. Until Tuesday.