Born In: Aberdeen, Washington, United States
Kurt Donald Cobain was an American singer-songwriter who rocked the music world with his band ‘Nirvana.’ He displayed artistic traits since early childhood. However, he had a troubled youth because of his parents’ separation. Finding solace in music, he started with playing the guitar and eventually went deeper into the world of music. Albums, such as ‘Bleach,’ ‘Nevermind,’ and ‘In Utero’ were some of his very popular ones. ‘Nirvana’ signing with ‘Geffen Records’ came as a major accomplishment in his career. Although he continued to grow exponentially on the professional front, his personal life was marred by his severe drug addiction. Plagued by health and family issues, he constantly struggled with depression and drug addiction issues throughout his life. However, his exemplary song writing skills helped ‘Nirvana’ sell over 25 million copies in the U.S. and over 75 million records all over the world, making him an iconic personality in the field of rock music.
Also Known As: Kurt Donald Cobain
Died At Age: 27
Spouse/Ex-: Courtney Love (m. 1992)
father: Donald Leland Cobain
mother: Wendy Elizabeth (née Fradenburg)
children: Frances Bean Cobain
Born Country: United States
place of death: Seattle, Washington, United States
Cause of Death: Suicide By Firearm
U.S. State: Washington
He is a well-known member of the ‘27 Club,’ a list of musicians and actors who died at the age of 27. Numerous books, documentaries, and films, based on Cobain’s life and death, were released after his death.
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