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Courtney Love is on the cover of the new issue of Paper Magazine, and in the accompanying interview, she discusses the possibility of reuniting the classic Hole lineup in 2015 -- something she had…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, right before the 20th anniversary of Kurt Cobain's suicide and Hole's classic album Live Through This, Courtney Love said that she was reuniting with Melissa Auf Der Maur, Eric…   Read Story »
Courtney Love released her definitive artistic statement four days after her husband Kurt Cobain shot himself in the head, and she called the album Live Through This. In terms of morbidly cosmic…   Read Story »
A few months ago, Courtney Love gave Hole fans something to be excited about when she confirmed in a Facebook Q&A that she was "slowly, steadily" reuniting with the band's Celebrity Skin-era lineup…   Read Story »
Courtney Love hasn't exactly had a terrific artistic track record over the past decade and a half; her last essential album was Hole's 1998 release, Celebrity Skin. So it makes sense that she'd…   Read Story »
UPDATE: Love was found not guilty of defamation. Courtney Love is infamous for, among so many other things, popping off a whole lot of shit on Twitter. That habit has led to more than one lawsuit,…   Read Story »
Hit So Hard, a film currently in festivals, mostly serves as a documentary about former Hole drummer Patty Schemel, but it also has a bunch of home footage of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love, a couple…   Read Story »
On Friday night following a screening of the documentary Hit So Hard: The Life & Near Death Story of Patty Schemel in Public Assembly on N. 6th St., all four members of Hole's classic lineup…   Read Story »
If you book Courtney Love to appear at your festival, you have to know that there's a pretty good chance something weird will happen. But Love's latest onstage bugout is one of her more fascinating,…   Read Story »
"This is going to be ridiculous," Courtney Love says at the beginning of the video. So you've been warned. Another warning: "Jeremy," to me, was all about Eddie Vedder's phrasing, and Love really…   Read Story »