Her outspoken interviews are almost as famous as her songwriting with Hole, so it’s no surprise Courtney Love is releasing a memoir before year’s end. ‘Courtney Love: My Story’ hits stores in the U.K. on Dec. 15, and according to a description on Amazon, the book will take the reader on a journey from “her rocky relationship with her hippie parents and her days spent stripping to make ends meet to the truth behind her drug abuse and recovery.”
Why didn't we think of this? When Diffuser.fm unveiled our picks for Rockers We'd Like To See As 'The Voice' Mentors last year, Courtney Love was nowhere to be seen. But in retrospect, the walking drama magnet is the perfect choice to appear as a personality on a reality TV singing competition, and apparently, she's in talks to do just that.
By now, we’re all familiar with Courtney Love’s rock-star ways, but she recently revealed a new side of herself – her hip-hop side. On Jan. 21 at the Sundance Film Festival's Star Bar, the sometime Hole frontwoman put her own unique spin on Jay-Z’s '99 Problems.'
Before yesterday's so-called Nirvana reunion with Paul McCartney at the 12-12-12 Hurricane Sandy Concert in New York, Courtney Love told TMZ that she was "not amused" by McCartney's involvement, adding that "if John were alive it would be cool." She later commented about the event on the Facebook page for author Mark Yarm’s book 'Everybody Loves This Town: An Oral History of Grunge,' posting several notes in her typically rambling and borderline incoherent style. She later returned to the page to respond to some who had commented on her post.
Apparently, Courtney Love will not be involved in the production of the forthcoming Kurt Cobain documentary that the late Nirvana singer's widow last week announced is being planned for release in 2014. Love revealed that she has authorized the making of the as-yet-untitled documentary, which will be helmed by filmmaker Brett Morgen, but it now seems that that will be the extent of Love's involvement.
She hasn't released an album in a couple of years, but that doesn't mean Courtney Love isn't busy -- in fact, if one recent report is correct, she's getting ready to revisit Kurt Cobain's legacy with a musical inspired by his early years in Nirvana.
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