Kurt Cobain wanted to collaborate with Iggy Pop

Legend missed Nirvana man's call

Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain wanted to collaborate with Iggy Pop.

According to Pop, the late singer left an answerphone message for him, but then was impossible to make contact with.

Pop said: “He called me up once at two in the morning. But this was when I was old enough to start going to bed at 9.30. When I’m not gigging I’m sensible so I didn’t take his call.

“It was cool because it was a great musician at this peak and he’s going ‘Iggy this is Kurt Cobain, let’s get in the studio man.' So he leaves me a number for the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills.

Pop told PR Insider: “Then every time I would call it was like, ‘Mr Cobain is under the bed,’ or ‘We haven’t heard from Mr Cobain in three days'.”

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