CHARLES CROSS (Shoreline, WA) is a music journalist and the author of several acclaimed biographies, including Heavier Than Heaven: The Biography of Kurt Cobain and Cobain Unseen. GILLIAN GAAR (Seattle, WA) is the author of four books about Nirvana, including Entertain Us: The Rise of Nirvana and The Rough Guide to Nirvana. BOB GENDRON (Chicago, IL) is a frequent contributor to the Chicago Tribune and Down Beat. TODD MARTENS (Los Angeles, CA) is the pop music critic for the Los Angeles Times. MARK YARM is the author of Everybody Loves Our Town: The Oral History of Grunge. GREG KOT Greg Kot has been the Chicago Tribune's rock music critic since 1990. He co-hosts the nationally syndicated rock 'n' roll talk show Sound Opinions (soundopinions.org) on public radio and is the author of Wilco: Learning How to Die and Ripped: The Digital Music Revolution. JIM DEROGATIS (Chicago, IL) co-host of the syndicated Sound "Opinions Radio" program and the author of critically acclaimed books about Lester Bangs and the Beatles/Rolling Stones "rivalry." ALAN DI PERNA is a freelance journalist, a frequent contributor to Guitar World magazine, and the Author of Green Day: The Ultimate Unauthorized History (Voyageur Press). He lives in Arizona. ANDREW EARLES (Memphis, TN) has written for Vice, Spin, Magnet, The Onion A/V Club, Paste, and Decibel. The author of Husker Du: The Story of the Noise-Pop Pioneers Who Invented Modern Rock (Voyageur Press), lives in Memphis, Tennessee.
'Superbly put together with a great mix of photos, flyers and detailed text, this book provides a comprehensive and entertaining read of this iconic band.' -- Rob McKenzie Fireworks Magazine