Interest: Kurt Cobain


Rock Cellar Magazine
September 11, 2019
Rest in Peace, Influential Musician/Songwriter Daniel Johnston: 1961 – 2019

Sad news hit the music community on Wednesday when it was announced that enigmatic and visionary songwriter/musician Daniel Johnston has passed away at the age of 58. The Austin Chronicle...


Rock Cellar Magazine
September 9, 2019
‘Kurt Was Here’ Clothing Line Launched By Kurt Cobain’s Daughter, Frances Bean Cobain

The visual artistry of Kurt Cobain was as much a part of his legacy as the music itself — his tattered, weathered sweatshirts and now-iconic shirts worn as a form...


Rock Cellar Magazine
February 26, 2019
Morrison Hotel Gallery’s ‘Grunge: Rise of a Generation’ Photo Exhibit Running Throughout March in LA, NYC and Maui

The “grunge” musical movement of the late 1980s and early to mid 1990s lent itself to some incredibly vibrant and eventually iconic imagery, and throughout the month of March the...


Rock Cellar Magazine
September 24, 2018
Celebrating 27 Years of ‘Nevermind’ with the Best & Worst Nirvana Covers

27 years ago today, Nirvana‘s landmark grunge album Nevermind was released. It’s somewhat interesting to point out that its challenging predecessor, 1993’s In Utero (which just celebrated its own 25th anniversary),...


Rock Cellar Magazine
September 21, 2018
Nirvana’s ‘In Utero’ Turns 25: Reflecting on the Challenging and Deeply Rewarding Follow-Up to ‘Nevermind’

“Teenage angst has paid off well … now I’m bored and old,” Kurt Cobain screams in the opening seconds of “Serve the Servants,” the opening track to Nirvana‘s 1993 album...


Rock Cellar Magazine
February 8, 2017
Say Hello to Senator: Watch the Haunting New Video for 'Lost Again' (Premiere)

The nicknames we’re given in our formative years can grow to define us. Such is the case for Howard Baker, a musician from Austin, TX who was referred to as Senator...


Rock Cellar Magazine
June 5, 2015
Embracing Nostalgia with Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray (Interview)

Back in 1997, there was simply no escaping Sugar Ray‘s breakout hit “Fly.” Its reggae rhythms, catchy hook and singer Mark McGrath‘s croon resulted in one of the biggest overnight...


Rock Cellar Magazine
July 12, 2013
Music With Your Eyes: A Chat with Original MTV VJ Martha Quinn

In August of 1981, a new revolution took over the airwaves: music cable channel MTV.Music television? Ridiculed and pilloried by the press and rampant naysayers, MTV seemed doomed to fail...


Rock Cellar Magazine
April 2, 2013
The Grunge Era, As Told By The Musicians That Defined It (Interview with Author Mark Yarm)

In the years since the so-called “grunge” scene turned bands from and around Seattle into MTV darlings during the early 1990s, countless books examining the phenomenon have been written and...


Rock Cellar Magazine
October 4, 2011
The Visual Art of 8 More Famous Musicians – Part 2

Is it in their DNA? Possibly a “creative genius” gene that science has yet to discover? Or is it an otherwordly gift – one that is physically untraceable? Perhaps it’s...