Did Michael Stipe write a song about Kurt Cobain?

Although R.E.M disbanded a number of years now, ‘Let Me In’ stands as a memorial to Kurt Cobain, a man who despite his tragic end, had a life filled with friendship. “I think of this song and I think of all the great music that Kurt made and what a really cool guy he was.

What song was playing when Kurt Cobain died?

It is the first song on the band’s self-titled greatest hits album, and the last song the band recorded before Cobain’s death in April 1994….You Know You’re Right.

“You Know You’re Right”
Genre Grunge alternative rock
Length 3:38
Label DGC Geffen
Songwriter(s) Kurt Cobain

Is REM The band still together?

R.E.M. announced today that they have broken up after 31 years together. “As lifelong friends and co-conspirators, we have decided to call it a day as a band,” the band said in a statement on their official website.

Was Everybody Hurts written about Kurt Cobain?

Wim from Melle, Belgiumno Kurt Cobain did not co-write everybody hurts. and this song was not written as a response to his suicide cause it was written before Kurt commited suicide. R.E.M. did write Let me in as a response to Kurts death. Berry wanted to reach out to people who felt they had no hope.

Who was Kurt Cobain listening to when he died?

Kurt Cobain Was Listening To R.E.M.’s “Automatic For The People” Before He Took His Life. Kurt Cobain was a huge fan of R.E.M. and was supposed to do a project with Michael Stipe shortly before his death.

Is Michael Stipe touring?

Unfortunately there are no concert dates for Michael Stipe scheduled in 2022.

What happened to Michael Stipe and REM?

Stipe told Stewart: “We decided when we split up that that would be really tacky and probably money grabbing, which might be the impetus for a lot of bands to get back together. We don’t really need that. And I’m really happy that we have the legacy of 32 years of work that we have from 1980 to 2011.”