Kurt Cobain

Rock Blog: Remembering Kurt

You've seen it all over your newsfeed today I am sure, but it's been 23 years since Kurt Cobain left us. Not many people know this, but Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was the first song I learned on guitar back when I was 13 years old. The punching opening power chord that introduced Nirvana...
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Throwback to 1992: Nirvana on SNL

On January 11, 1992, Nirvana was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live. For their performance, the band played both “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and “Territorial Pissings” off 1991’s Nevermind.Of course, the performance itself was amazing. Things got even more interesting after the performance,...
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Rock Blog: Kurt At 50

It’s no easy job being the face of a generation, as was Kurt Cobain in the 90s. At the height of Nirvana’s too brief career, Kurt, not handling fame and fortune very well, took his own life. A very, very dark day was April 5th, 1994. The only way I consider myself lucky at this time was to be...
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BJ & MIGS TOP STORIES 02/14/17

TMZ WOLFGANG PUCKDISHES UP F-BOMB ON HSN Q13 Ready for more soaking rain … and strong winds? Playboy magazine reverses position, brings back naked women KING 5 Beware of top 3 Valentine's Day scams Winemakers disagree on selling wine growlers at retailers KOMO 4 Kurt Cobain Guitar Auctioned on What...
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BJ & MIGS TOP STORIES 06/07/16

Q13 Pro-Trump float in parade gets pelted with water balloons in Burien; residents react (VIDEO) BURIEN, Wash. — A video shows parade-goers throwing water balloons at a pro-Trump float in Burien, one of which allegedly hit an 80-year-old woman in the face. Some are upset, but... Arsonist sets 6...
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Migs Blog: The Flannel Years

Yesterday I had a complete blast on my podcast, as I had a friend join us to chat about a cool photo exhibit she is doing. If you are a fan of the music that put Seattle on the map, I am certain you will want to check this out. Many years ago, when I worked at 107.7 The End, Karen Mason Blair was...
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