Kurt Cobain: A Visual Tour

 

In conjunction with our two-part Nirvana/Cobain
feature
, we present this photo gallery from relevant Cobain memorials in Aberdeen and Olympia,
Wash.

 

Photos & text by Gillian G. Gaar (except where noted)

 

(above) Kurt Cobain sign
in Aberdeen

 

Where Did You Sleep Last
Night: Fans admire the graffiti under the bridge where Kurt Cobain went to get
away from it all

 

Commemorative sign under the bridge

 

The sign that greets you
at Riverfront Park.

 

 

Yes, he really was here. A
bench to contemplate from in Riverfront
Park.

 

The new Kurt statue

 

 

Left to right: Tori
Kovach, who cleaned up the park area, and Kim and Lora Malakoff, who made the
new statue

 

About
a grandson: Leland Cobain with a Kurt doll

 

Aaron
Burckhard, Nirvana’s first drummer, meets the press

 

Aaron Burckhard with Aberdeen’s
other Kurt Cobain statue at Hubb’s Muffler Shop

 

Nicklas
Makinen at Hubb’s Muffler Shop (photo by Mitch Holmquist)

 

If
these walls could talk: Kurt Cobain’s Olympia
residence

 

Nicklas
Makinen and Aaron Burckhard jamming in Kurt’s old garage in Olympia

 

Aaron
Burckhard in Kurt’s garage

 

 

[All photos by Gillian G. Gaar, except where
noted.]

 

 

 

 

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