It’s hard to think about it being 25 years since the tragic death of Nirvana’s lead singer/guitarist Kurt Cobain. His legacy has surpassed his 4-year career (1990-1994) by decades. He ends up becoming an icon of his generation much like Jimi Hendrix, Michael Jackson or even Elvis Presley.
With tons of honesty and empathy, Danny Goldberg, one of the Nirvana’s managers shares his memories of his brief but momentous time with Kurt and the band in his new book “SERVING THE SERVANT: Remembering Kurt Cobain.”
It was an absolute pleasure to welcome Danny on my podcast to talk about his book, talk about Kurt’s legacy, and of course share some of his memories.