Frances Bean Cobain on Her Own Path

by Rachel Baker on April 16, 2015

In case you were wondering, Frances Bean Cobain is all grown up now with her own ideas and direction. Good for her!

Here’s the Rolling Stone interview she did at the beginning of April.

Here’s the Article: Frances Bean Cobain on Life After Kurt’s Death

One summer a few years ago, Frances Bean Cobain worked as an intern in the New York offices of Rolling Stone. Frances – the daughter of Nirvana singer-guitarist Kurt Cobain and an executive producer of the new HBO documentary on his life, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck – was “a 15-year-old Goth kid, so stoked,” she recalls with a laugh during a recent interview for the cover story in our new issue. She remembers providing research assistance on a cover about the Jonas Brothers – and working in a cubicle across from a wall with a giant painting of Kurt. “Yeah,” Frances says with a grin and mock-exasperation, “looking at my dad every day.” (Preview the cover story and listen to a previously unheard Cobain song here.)

This article was written by: Rachel Baker – Click to follow on Twitter; or you can follow her at The Crafty Veteran on Bloglovin

Previous post:

Next post: