25 years after the tragic death of Kurt Cobain, Nirvana manager Danny Goldberg will shed new light on the music icon in Serving the Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain.
The book promises to aside the angst and depression commonly associated with the late Nirvana frontman and instead provides a more intimate look at Cobain throughout the highs and lows of the early 90s, exploring his artistry, his compassion, his ambition and finally his legacy.
Goldberg managed Nirvana from 1990 to 1994, at the height of the band’s popularity. For the book, he draws on his own personal memories, files that have not previously been made public, and interviews with Cobain’s family, friends and former bandmates.
“As a huge Nirvana fan, it is petrifying to even attempt a description or enlightened comment about Kurt,” Joan Jett said in a press release. “I just want to say, any music fan should want this book. Any Nirvana fan must have this book.”
Serving the Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain will be released April 2 via HarperCollins Ecco Press.
Kurt Cobain died April 5, 1994 of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.