Former Nirvana manager Danny Goldberg has just announced that his forthcoming 304-page book about Kurt Cobain, Serving The Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain, is set for release on April 2nd.
Goldberg managed the legendary band from 1990 to 1994, and he’s set to share his memories of working for Nirvana during their most successful time. Additionally, he’ll touch on his perspective of Cobain’s personal life, from his highs to his lows.
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The book will create a “frank portrait” of Cobain according to Goldberg, as he gathered information from never released files such as interviews with Cobain’s family members, Courtney Love, his friends, and his former bandmates.
Goldberg won’t focus on the angst around the band, but rather he hopes to portray Nirvana and Cobain’s impact on rock and roll. “As soon as I started reading I got sucked in and I couldn’t put it down,” fellow musician Joan Jett explained in a press release. “As a huge Nirvana fan, it is petrifying to even attempt a description or enlightened comment about Kurt. I just want to say, any music fan should want this book. Any Nirvana fan must have this book.”