Early Kurt Cobain Recordings Discovered At Garage Sale

Early Kurt Cobain Recordings Discovered At Garage Sale was a top story in April. Here is the recap: On the 16th anniversary of Kurt Cobain's death Chart Attack! reported that someone stumbled on early demo recordings by the late star at a garage sale! Here is part of their report:

A lucky person rummaging through bins at a garage sale is about to make a hell of a lot of money because he stumbled upon what might be the earliest known demos of late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain.

According to Blurt Online, the man discovered a series of Phillips cassette tapes at the sale in Aberdeen, Wash., which was Cobain's hometown. They all had "KDC" (Cobain's full name was Kurt Donald Cobain) scrawled on them in black marker, and upon listening, he decided he should figure out whether they were actually Cobain's demos. - more on this story

2010 is almost halfway gone. Join us this holiday weekend as we look back at the top stories from the first half of this year. This was a top story from April.

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