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La cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-Grâce de Cambrai, dans le Nord.

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Photo 3: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Vassil?uselang=fr (domaine public)

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It is almost impossible for me to believe that it has been 20 years since Kurt left this Earth. I clearly remember as an 8 year old child seeing the broadcasts on television after his body was discovered. Crushed, grieving fans embracing one another with tear stained faces. Kurt took music to an entirely new level in the 90’s & was hailed the “spokesman of a generation” & despite his tragic & untimely passing, he still remains a huge influential figure in rock music today. Thank you Kurt for touching our hearts & minds with your music. You rock!

It is almost impossible for me to believe that it has been 20 years since Kurt left this Earth. I clearly remember as an 8 year old child seeing the broadcasts on television after his body was discovered. Crushed, grieving fans embracing one another with tear stained faces. Kurt took music to an entirely new level in the 90’s & was hailed the “spokesman of a generation” & despite his tragic & untimely passing, he still remains a huge influential figure in rock music today. Thank you Kurt for touching our hearts & minds with your music. You rock!