Cobain’s Suicide In Some Ways Was A Relief

Charlotte Robinson of profiled singer Kurt Cobain a day ahead of the eight anniversary of his suicide. Robinson writes, “The event was seized upon by the media at the time as being of earth-shattering significance: the death of grunge, the defining moment of Generation X, and the end of one of the most promising musical careers of recent years. In some ways, Cobain’s death was a relief, or at any rate not much of a surprise, to anyone who had been paying attention to the turbulent events of his life in the previous six or so months.” Read more.

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