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Nirvana: A Tour Diary: My Life on the Road with One of the Greatest Bands…

by Andy Bollen

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COMPOSERS & MUSICIANS. Afforded the kind of access a journalist can only dream of, Andy Bollen gives fans a new story focusing on the real Kurt Cobain--not the angst-ridden, troubled rock star of folklore, the kind and humorous Kurt the world seldom saw. When Nirvana first exploded onto the music scene in 1991, few people could have predicted their subsequent global impact, or that the band's lead singer Kurt Cobain would be transformed into one of music's most enduring and iconic figures. As drummer for the British group Captain America, one of the two support bands on Nirvana's Nevermind UK tour, Andy Bollen had a ringside seat at the exact moment that Nirvana went massive. Afforded intimate access, Bollen wrote his own personal diary in Nirvana's dressing room, where he spoke candidly to Cobain--from his fears of losing original fans to his love of the Bay City Rollers.… (more)

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