One of the most iconic late musicians of all time, Kurt Cobain of Nirvana’s rare and never-before-seen memorabilia exposed after 28 years.
According to NME’s latest report, Kurt Cobain’s first royalty check was just $26.57 at all. The store named Seattle’s Easy Street Records’ Instagram page exposed that golden-worth paycheck. Easy Street Records’ owner Matt Vaughan shared his feelings about the paycheck.
Here is what he said:
“We just found it… or should say noticed it. We looked through em a little, but just put ’em in storage. Seemed like every band in Seattle had tour itinerary books… [between] girlfriends, roadies, management, sound companies, [it] wasn’t uncommon to run across one. [It] was a smaller town then.”
Here is the caption of Instagram post:
“Royalty check found at Easy Street today. #kurtcobain@nirvana This is dated 03/06/91, 6 months before #nevermind would change the face of the planet. We’re guessing the next royalty checks were a bit larger than only…. $26.57″
You can see that rare photo below.
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