The dark roots show on purpose—nothing about Courtney is an accident—and today she’s attached a plastic hair clip in the shape of a bow to a few strands.
The music ranges from almost pop to loud thrashing—the only real unifying link is that most of the bands are on independent labels and appeal to college audiences.
Wikipedia says Buckley and Courtney were seen together on a few occasions in 1997, and Courtney dedicated songs to him after his death, and has basically admitted to a fling (which it seems she just kinda "does" sometimes).
Not exactly sure where to place Jeff Buckley on the sanity scorecard, as he was actually lucid at his time of death, was actually singing Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" (coincidence? Also Ranked #43 on Rock Stars Who You Wish You Could Sound Like #15 on Bands/Artists With Only One Great Album #41 on The Greatest Musicians Who Died Before 40 #30 on The (Male) Singer You Most Wish You Could Sound Like Some poor record-biz schmuck, someone who easily could play a Mel Brooks double NOW, this guy would be crazy not to have been with her.
”Even before Nirvana’s massive success, Hole was lumped with Babes in Toyland, L7, the Nymphs, and other femaleled underground groups.
Although these bands were quite different from one another, and wildly competitive, they were all dubbed “foxcore.” And when Nirvana’s album started to sell like mad, the so-called foxcore bands suddenly seemed commercially viable.
) while swimming in the Wolf River Harbor before he went missing and wrote some of the best songs ever written, including the best non-Shrek cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah". This guy wasn't remotely famous, but the fallout from him hooking up with Courtney made the press because Barber started managing her solo career after she left Geffen (suing them, of course) and Courtney's "Hole" disintegrated.