||Courtney Love BIOGRAPHY
The daughter of The Grateful Dead devotee Hank Harrison and psychologist Linda Caroll, Courtney Love spent her early years in hippie communes and at schools in Europe and New Zealand. As a musician, she played in early incarnations of Babes In Toyland and Faith No More, as well as acting in bit parts for some Alex Cox films. She started her own band, Hole, and in 1992 married Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain. After Cobain's suicide in 1994, and the release of Hole's second album "Live Through This", Love continued to thrill her fans and enrage her detractors with her on- and off-stage antics.