The Young Street Bridge in Aberdeen will always be linked to the tale of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana since it’s the bridge where legend has it, Cobain spent many nights. Today, that link will be immortalized as a statue of the singer is unveiled at a small park that has been created next to the Wishkah River. Although many in Aberdeen have turned their back on the city’s most famous native following his suicide, Cobain’s hometown is still a Mecca for the group’s fans. Bassist Krist Novoselic says that fanbase ranges from the inspired to the possessed. Whatever the level of their dedication, today’s unveiling at 1PM will create an actual destination for fans of the iconic singer to go to pay their respects.




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