Just twenty years after his death, Kurt Cobain’s name lives on in his home town.To mark his birthday, the town Aberdeen, in Washington state, is to proclaiming February 20 Kurt Cobain Day. Mayor Bill Simpson said it would honor the Nirvana frontman’s ‘artistic achievements’ and give the chance for the town to acknowledge the international recognition his fame brought.
‘Aberdeen residents may justifiably take pride in the role our community played in the life of Kurt Cobain and the international recognition our community has gained from his artistic achievements,’ the city council said. Cobain, was born in 1967, and later gained fame as the lead singer for the grunge rock group Nirvana. Brought low by heroin addiction and depression, the brightest star in the grunge rock firmament took his own life at his home in Seattle on 5 April 1994, when he was 27. Aberdeen is on the Washington coast about 80 miles south-west of Seattle.
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R.I.P Kurt Cobain February 20, 1967 - April 5, 1994