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1966, The Rolling Stones spend nine days recording for their next album at Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood, USA. Tracks recorded included: “Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?” “Let’s Spend The Night Together,” “My Obsession,” “Yesterday’s Papers,” and “Back Street Girl.” 1967, The Jimi Hendrix Experience played the first of five […]

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Today in Rock History – August 2

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1966, The Who go on vacation for two weeks. Keith, his wife Kim, John and his girlfriend Allison travel to Torremolinos in Spain. Newborn Mandy Moon is left behind with Keith’s parents. Pete travels to Israel. Roger stays in London, spending three days redecorating his apartment and the rest of the time fishing. 1968, During […]

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Today in Rock History – August 1

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1964, “A Hard Day’s Night” went to the top of the charts giving The Beatles their fifth US number one single in seven months. 1964, Billboard Magazine reported that the harmonica was making a comeback in a big way thanks to its use by Stevie Wonder, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and Bob Dylan. 1965, […]

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1965, In England, the Yardbirds with Jeff Beck perform at the Cleethorpes Jazz Festival. 1965, Beatles VI enters the fourth of its six weeks atop the US album charts. Beatles VI includes two tracks recorded specifically for the North American market, “Bad Boy” and “Dizzy Miss Lizzy,” both covers of Larry Williams songs. 1966, Cream […]

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BLACK SABBATH, METALLICA, SAXON, MEGADETH, Ex-GUNS N' ROSES Members, Others Pay Tribute To PETE WAY

Array ( [post_title] => BLACK SABBATH, METALLICA, SAXON, MEGADETH, Ex-GUNS N' ROSES Members, Others Pay Tribute To PETE WAY [post_content] => Geezer Butler (BLACK SABBATH), Biff Byford (SAXON), Gilby Clarke (GUNS N' ROSES), David Ellefson (MEGADETH), Frank Bello (ANTHRAX), Charlie Benante (ANTHRAX), Stephen Perkins (JANE'S ADDICTION) and Andrew Freeman (LAST IN LINE) are among the rockers who have reacted on social media to the passing of iconic bass player Pete Way. The founder of UFO, WAYSTED and, more recently, THE PETE WAY BAND died earlier today (Friday, August 14) at the age of 69. He sustained life-threatening injuries in an accident two months ago but fought hard until finally succumbing to those injuries at 11.35 a.m. BST. His wife, Jenny, was at his side. Way was a much-loved and highly regarded figure among rock fans, critics and fellow musicians alike. Best known for his work with UFO, Pete's energetic live performances were at the heart of the band's countless world tours. His melodic bass lines underpinned the catalog of enduring rock classics upon which UFO's reputation and legacy were founded. Pete's post-UFO work included collaborating with "Fast" Eddie Clarke from MOTÖRHEAD — the two putting together FASTWAY with HUMBLE PIE drummer Jerry Shirley — and playing bass for his longtime friend Ozzy Osbourne. He then put together his own band WAYSTED. Pete's keen ear for song arrangements have also seen him serve as producer for popular hard rock acts such as TWISTED SISTER and the COCKNEY REJECTS. Pete had recently finished a solo album, "Walking On The Edge", with producer Mike Clink (GUNS N' ROSES' "Appetite For Destruction", among many more). He had a biography published, "A Fast Ride Out Of Here", in 2017, and an album, "Amphetamine", which is currently out on Cargo Records. Way had dealt with a number of health issues in recent years. In 2016, he suffered a heart attack, two years after he was given the all-clear following a battle with prostate cancer with which he was diagnosed in 2013. Way was diagnosed during a routine check on his liver, which had been damaged over the years through hepatitis. The abdominal scan picked up the tumor on his prostate. Pete is survived by two daughters, Zowie and Charlotte, and his younger brother, Neill. Image credit: Denim And Blether

"Oh my Dear Pete You have left us. I am so sad. Your sweet existence has left us. I am in tears. You were more than you... Posted by Michael Schenker on Friday, August 14, 2020

This year keeps getting worse. Pete Way, one of the “characters” of metal and fellow @AVFCOfficial supporter has passed. He supported Deadland Ritual on the show in London. Very funny man. RIP Pete. pic.twitter.com/HtX2Iu152T

— Geezer Butler (@geezerbutler) August 14, 2020

RIP Pete Way.. Thank you for inspiring me to always give it my all as a bass player-and being so great to me every time we saw each other. You will be missed..#peteway #ufo #legend #bass #inspiration https://t.co/cd4yISoJL0

— FrankBello (@TheFrankBello) August 14, 2020

"I’m heartbroken at the news of the passing of our old friend #PeteWay especially coming so close to that of Paul Raymond & Paul Chapman. I’d known Pete since 1980 when I went to see UFO & Girl play at the Sheffield City Hall & were mates ever since. RIP my friend.“ - Joe Elliott — Def Leppard (@DefLeppard) August 15, 2020

We lost a legend today, #peteway you will always be the Coolest Rock Star ufo_band_official petewayofficial @ironmaiden @eddietrunk #onlyyoucanrockme https://t.co/9OJCuNNSoJ

— Charlie Benante (@skisum) August 14, 2020

RIP Pete Way ⁦@UFO_rockband⁩ ~Lights Out -but still shining pic.twitter.com/oNINHCg1ig

— Stephen Perkins (@stephenperkins) August 14, 2020

RIP Pete Way. So influential. Sad news. #rippeteway #ufo pic.twitter.com/ptvpR9jDsL

— Todd Dammit Kerns (@todddammitkerns) August 14, 2020

Rest In Peace Pete Way of UFO. UFO was a huge influence on me. Played their songs repeatedly in my teenage bands and I have a white Gibson Thunderbird bass because of this guy. He and Michel Schenker together in the classic lineup were magic. Absolutely gutted! @PeteWayOfficial https://t.co/ySTHSCvbG5 — Andrew Freeman (@AndruFreeman) August 14, 2020

RIP Pete Way. one of my favorite & coolest looking bass players ever. If I played bass I would play a Thunderbird on my knees also. thanks for all those great UFO records. Pete Way may u find peace with your Lights… https://t.co/zXYsjkQQrk

— Gilby Clarke (@gilbyclarke) August 14, 2020
Sad to hear of Pete’s passing I’ve known him a long time brill bass player lovely man and funny as hell a big inspiration for many musicians myself included RIP biffx Posted by The Real Biff Byford on Friday, August 14, 2020
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Very sad to hear of the passing of Pete Way today. The "Strangers In The Night" live album is hands-down one of my all-time favorites, and for me the highlight of the UFO lineup of that day. Pete and his girlfriend actually came to see Megadeth on the Clash of the Titans tour at the Birmingham NEC Arena in 1990 where Dave Mustaine and I had a brief conversation with him just before we took the stage that evening. It's always impactful to know your heroes are in the audience for your show, the same way I was for his show with Waysted opening for Iron Maiden several years before at Irvine Meadows, CA. Pete's look, his style, and his simple but powerful bass lines were a highly influential force to my own playing. He will be dearly missed....RIP! #ufo #peteway #waysted

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The news none of us ever wanted to hear. R.I.P. Pete. Posted by UFO on Friday, August 14, 2020

Rest in Peace, Pete Way

- from your friends Cheap Trick pic.twitter.com/D34JJ6qD9S — Cheap Trick (@cheaptrick) August 14, 2020

We are saddened to hear the news of our friend Pete Ways passing this morning.

Our condolences and thoughts are with Pete’s family & loved ones. Biff, Paul, Nigel, Nibbs & Doug. pic.twitter.com/gQ9EvABTeH — Saxon (@SaxonOfficial) August 14, 2020

Sad to hear one of my favorite bass players, Pete Way from UFO died today. UFOs live album “Strangers in The Night” is one of the best and I’m grateful that record helped me grow up in music and as a guitar player. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/7v6dK185PL

— Mike McCready (@MikeMcCreadyPJ) August 14, 2020

@FTMSeattle, my UFO tribute band, has played over 17 years raising money and awareness for Camp Oasis for kids with #CrohnsAndColitis. Stone and I have had many conversations over the years of our love for UFO. Pete was essential and will be missed. RIP 2/2

— Mike McCready (@MikeMcCreadyPJ) August 14, 2020

RIP Pete Way. Have known Pete for years and worked with him when we were in a band together called 'Damage Control' with Robin George pic.twitter.com/sH9nTQV9Ez

— THE CHRIS SLADE TIMELINE (@SladeTimeline) August 14, 2020

Rest in Peace #peteway #UFO ufo_band_official Terrible News!! I know we All loved Him!!! My Fave Bassist in Classic Rock.. Coolist,& Raddest,Most Fashionista Bassist from the true rock days!!! Thoughts & Prayers to… https://t.co/WPlQMoiQDt

— BulletBoys (@TheBulletBoys) August 14, 2020
Our Sincere Condolences go out to Pete's Family and Friends Peter Way - 7 August 1951 - 14 August 2020. R.I.P.? was an... Posted by Girlschool on Friday, August 14, 2020
Iconic bass player, and a true rock’n’roll madman by all accounts. I can highly recommend his autobiography “A fast ride... Posted by Michael Amott on Friday, August 14, 2020
Pete Way . UFO . Rest in Peace . Posted by Simon Wright on Friday, August 14, 2020
Rest easy Pete, whenever I was in your company you always made me laugh !! Posted by Ricky Warwick on Friday, August 14, 2020
RIP Pete Way Official "I’m very sad today. My pal Pete Way has died. He was my hero when I was a kid I wanted to be... Posted by Tesla the Band on Friday, August 14, 2020
I’m saddened to hear about the passing of Pete Way. He was a huge inspiration to Nikki Sixx, as well as many others!!!!... Posted by John Corabi on Friday, August 14, 2020
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Pete Way was a huge influence on me , he was uncompromising musically , and he was a great performer . He had a unique feel and wrote some of my all time fave songs . My heart goes out to all his friends and family . PETE WAY R.I.P. ! ? #peteway ?by @rosshalfin

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RIP Rockstar. One of my main influences. Gotta go listen to some UFO tonight. Posted ? @withregram • @rosshalfin Pete Way RIP…. It is with the greatest of sadness I post this. Of all the people I’ve known and toured with, in his day Pete was the most fun and he remained a good friend. ‘Light’s Out In London’ really says it all. #rosshalfin #peteway #ufo

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Now we lose Pete Way, bass player and legend from one of the greatest bands of all time, UFO. Sad sad day. Time to go rage Rock Bottom, Doctor Doctor, let it roll, Mother Mary, reasons love, ect. FUCK! RIP, and 2020 go fuck yourself

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So sad to hear of the passing of the legendary Pete Way. He was the prototype badass early hard rock / metal bassist who surely inspired the likes of guys like Steve Harris and @nikkisixxpixx. UFO’s Strangers In The Night remains one of my favorite live albums of all time. #RIPPeteWay @petewayofficial @ufo_rockband

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Anyone who ever picked up a #bass in the #rocknrollmusic field should know what a great #bassist @petewayofficial was ! His work w UFO and Wasted was Stellar and he just looked so damn cool doing it! RIP Mr Way and thank you for showing us what being #solid #smooth & F&@$@“ #cool was all about! #gibsonthunderbird #slungwaydownlow #rockbottom ????✅

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Rest In Peace #PeteWay. One of the coolest bass players!! So many great songs, go listen to UFO’s Strangers In The Night album if you’re not familiar. One of the best live albums of all time!!! I never saw Pete with UFO, but did see him with #Waysted opening for @ironmaiden in ‘87 in #Winnipeg! I was 17. It was killer!!! We got to know each other years later. This photo was taken in 2001, very late in the evening backstage while I was touring with @thevinceneil band. Left to right: @brentwoodsguitar, Pete Way, Jamie Hunting (another one of my all time fave bass players), myself and of course Vince leaning in front! We had a blast that night. Great memories!

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Array ( [post_title] => BLACK SABBATH, METALLICA, SAXON, MEGADETH, Ex-GUNS N' ROSES Members, Others Pay Tribute To PETE WAY [post_content] => Geezer Butler (BLACK SABBATH), Biff Byford (SAXON), Gilby Clarke (GUNS N' ROSES), David Ellefson (MEGADETH), Frank Bello (ANTHRAX), Charlie Benante (ANTHRAX), Stephen Perkins (JANE'S ADDICTION) and Andrew Freeman (LAST IN LINE) are among the rockers who have reacted on social media to the passing of iconic bass player Pete Way. The founder of UFO, WAYSTED and, more recently, THE PETE WAY BAND died earlier today (Friday, August 14) at the age of 69. He sustained life-threatening injuries in an accident two months ago but fought hard until finally succumbing to those injuries at 11.35 a.m. BST. His wife, Jenny, was at his side. Way was a much-loved and highly regarded figure among rock fans, critics and fellow musicians alike. Best known for his work with UFO, Pete's energetic live performances were at the heart of the band's countless world tours. His melodic bass lines underpinned the catalog of enduring rock classics upon which UFO's reputation and legacy were founded. Pete's post-UFO work included collaborating with "Fast" Eddie Clarke from MOTÖRHEAD — the two putting together FASTWAY with HUMBLE PIE drummer Jerry Shirley — and playing bass for his longtime friend Ozzy Osbourne. He then put together his own band WAYSTED. Pete's keen ear for song arrangements have also seen him serve as producer for popular hard rock acts such as TWISTED SISTER and the COCKNEY REJECTS. Pete had recently finished a solo album, "Walking On The Edge", with producer Mike Clink (GUNS N' ROSES' "Appetite For Destruction", among many more). He had a biography published, "A Fast Ride Out Of Here", in 2017, and an album, "Amphetamine", which is currently out on Cargo Records. Way had dealt with a number of health issues in recent years. In 2016, he suffered a heart attack, two years after he was given the all-clear following a battle with prostate cancer with which he was diagnosed in 2013. Way was diagnosed during a routine check on his liver, which had been damaged over the years through hepatitis. The abdominal scan picked up the tumor on his prostate. Pete is survived by two daughters, Zowie and Charlotte, and his younger brother, Neill. Image credit: Denim And Blether "Oh my Dear Pete You have left us. I am so sad. Your sweet existence has left us. I am in tears. You were more than you... Posted by Michael Schenker on Friday, August 14, 2020 This year keeps getting worse. Pete Way, one of the “characters” of metal and fellow @AVFCOfficial supporter has passed. He supported Deadland Ritual on the show in London. Very funny man. RIP Pete. pic.twitter.com/HtX2Iu152T — Geezer Butler (@geezerbutler) August 14, 2020 RIP Pete Way.. Thank you for inspiring me to always give it my all as a bass player-and being so great to me every time we saw each other. You will be missed..#peteway #ufo #legend #bass #inspiration https://t.co/cd4yISoJL0 — FrankBello (@TheFrankBello) August 14, 2020 "I’m heartbroken at the news of the passing of our old friend #PeteWay especially coming so close to that of Paul Raymond & Paul Chapman. I’d known Pete since 1980 when I went to see UFO & Girl play at the Sheffield City Hall & were mates ever since. RIP my friend.“ - Joe Elliott — Def Leppard (@DefLeppard) August 15, 2020 We lost a legend today, #peteway you will always be the Coolest Rock Star ufo_band_official petewayofficial @ironmaiden @eddietrunk #onlyyoucanrockme https://t.co/9OJCuNNSoJ — Charlie Benante (@skisum) August 14, 2020 RIP Pete Way ⁦@UFO_rockband⁩ ~Lights Out -but still shining pic.twitter.com/oNINHCg1ig — Stephen Perkins (@stephenperkins) August 14, 2020 RIP Pete Way. So influential. Sad news. #rippeteway #ufo pic.twitter.com/ptvpR9jDsL — Todd Dammit Kerns (@todddammitkerns) August 14, 2020 Rest In Peace Pete Way of UFO. UFO was a huge influence on me. Played their songs repeatedly in my teenage bands and I have a white Gibson Thunderbird bass because of this guy. He and Michel Schenker together in the classic lineup were magic. Absolutely gutted! @PeteWayOfficial https://t.co/ySTHSCvbG5 — Andrew Freeman (@AndruFreeman) August 14, 2020 RIP Pete Way. one of my favorite & coolest looking bass players ever. If I played bass I would play a Thunderbird on my knees also. thanks for all those great UFO records. Pete Way may u find peace with your Lights… https://t.co/zXYsjkQQrk — Gilby Clarke (@gilbyclarke) August 14, 2020 Sad to hear of Pete’s passing I’ve known him a long time brill bass player lovely man and funny as hell a big inspiration for many musicians myself included RIP biffx Posted by The Real Biff Byford on Friday, August 14, 2020 View this post on Instagram Very sad to hear of the passing of Pete Way today. The "Strangers In The Night" live album is hands-down one of my all-time favorites, and for me the highlight of the UFO lineup of that day. Pete and his girlfriend actually came to see Megadeth on the Clash of the Titans tour at the Birmingham NEC Arena in 1990 where Dave Mustaine and I had a brief conversation with him just before we took the stage that evening. It's always impactful to know your heroes are in the audience for your show, the same way I was for his show with Waysted opening for Iron Maiden several years before at Irvine Meadows, CA. Pete's look, his style, and his simple but powerful bass lines were a highly influential force to my own playing. He will be dearly missed....RIP! #ufo #peteway #waysted A post shared by David Ellefson (@davidellefsonbass) on Aug 14, 2020 at 1:52pm PDT The news none of us ever wanted to hear. R.I.P. Pete. Posted by UFO on Friday, August 14, 2020 Rest in Peace, Pete Way - from your friends Cheap Trick pic.twitter.com/D34JJ6qD9S — Cheap Trick (@cheaptrick) August 14, 2020 We are saddened to hear the news of our friend Pete Ways passing this morning. Our condolences and thoughts are with Pete’s family & loved ones. Biff, Paul, Nigel, Nibbs & Doug. pic.twitter.com/gQ9EvABTeH — Saxon (@SaxonOfficial) August 14, 2020 Sad to hear one of my favorite bass players, Pete Way from UFO died today. UFOs live album “Strangers in The Night” is one of the best and I’m grateful that record helped me grow up in music and as a guitar player. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/7v6dK185PL — Mike McCready (@MikeMcCreadyPJ) August 14, 2020 @FTMSeattle, my UFO tribute band, has played over 17 years raising money and awareness for Camp Oasis for kids with #CrohnsAndColitis. Stone and I have had many conversations over the years of our love for UFO. Pete was essential and will be missed. RIP 2/2 — Mike McCready (@MikeMcCreadyPJ) August 14, 2020 RIP Pete Way. Have known Pete for years and worked with him when we were in a band together called 'Damage Control' with Robin George pic.twitter.com/sH9nTQV9Ez — THE CHRIS SLADE TIMELINE (@SladeTimeline) August 14, 2020 Rest in Peace #peteway #UFO ufo_band_official Terrible News!! I know we All loved Him!!! My Fave Bassist in Classic Rock.. Coolist,& Raddest,Most Fashionista Bassist from the true rock days!!! Thoughts & Prayers to… https://t.co/WPlQMoiQDt — BulletBoys (@TheBulletBoys) August 14, 2020 Our Sincere Condolences go out to Pete's Family and Friends Peter Way - 7 August 1951 - 14 August 2020. R.I.P.? was an... Posted by Girlschool on Friday, August 14, 2020 Iconic bass player, and a true rock’n’roll madman by all accounts. I can highly recommend his autobiography “A fast ride... Posted by Michael Amott on Friday, August 14, 2020 Pete Way . UFO . Rest in Peace . Posted by Simon Wright on Friday, August 14, 2020 Rest easy Pete, whenever I was in your company you always made me laugh !! Posted by Ricky Warwick on Friday, August 14, 2020 RIP Pete Way Official "I’m very sad today. My pal Pete Way has died. He was my hero when I was a kid I wanted to be... Posted by Tesla the Band on Friday, August 14, 2020 I’m saddened to hear about the passing of Pete Way. He was a huge inspiration to Nikki Sixx, as well as many others!!!!... Posted by John Corabi on Friday, August 14, 2020 View this post on Instagram Pete Way was a huge influence on me , he was uncompromising musically , and he was a great performer . He had a unique feel and wrote some of my all time fave songs . My heart goes out to all his friends and family . PETE WAY R.I.P. ! ? #peteway ?by @rosshalfin A post shared by Kirk Hammett (@kirkhammett) on Aug 14, 2020 at 2:39pm PDT View this post on Instagram RIP Rockstar. One of my main influences. Gotta go listen to some UFO tonight. Posted ? @withregram • @rosshalfin Pete Way RIP…. It is with the greatest of sadness I post this. Of all the people I’ve known and toured with, in his day Pete was the most fun and he remained a good friend. ‘Light’s Out In London’ really says it all. #rosshalfin #peteway #ufo A post shared by Nikki Sixx (@nikkisixxpixx) on Aug 14, 2020 at 1:15pm PDT View this post on Instagram Now we lose Pete Way, bass player and legend from one of the greatest bands of all time, UFO. Sad sad day. Time to go rage Rock Bottom, Doctor Doctor, let it roll, Mother Mary, reasons love, ect. FUCK! RIP, and 2020 go fuck yourself A post shared by Gary Holt (@garyholt_official) on Aug 14, 2020 at 2:28pm PDT View this post on Instagram So sad to hear of the passing of the legendary Pete Way. He was the prototype badass early hard rock / metal bassist who surely inspired the likes of guys like Steve Harris and @nikkisixxpixx. UFO’s Strangers In The Night remains one of my favorite live albums of all time. #RIPPeteWay @petewayofficial @ufo_rockband A post shared by Mike Portnoy (@mikeportnoy) on Aug 14, 2020 at 1:09pm PDT View this post on Instagram Anyone who ever picked up a #bass in the #rocknrollmusic field should know what a great #bassist @petewayofficial was ! His work w UFO and Wasted was Stellar and he just looked so damn cool doing it! RIP Mr Way and thank you for showing us what being #solid #smooth & F&@$@“ #cool was all about! #gibsonthunderbird #slungwaydownlow #rockbottom ????✅ A post shared by Sean McNabb (@seanmcnabbla) on Aug 14, 2020 at 6:36pm PDT View this post on Instagram Rest In Peace #PeteWay. One of the coolest bass players!! So many great songs, go listen to UFO’s Strangers In The Night album if you’re not familiar. One of the best live albums of all time!!! I never saw Pete with UFO, but did see him with #Waysted opening for @ironmaiden in ‘87 in #Winnipeg! I was 17. It was killer!!! We got to know each other years later. This photo was taken in 2001, very late in the evening backstage while I was touring with @thevinceneil band. Left to right: @brentwoodsguitar, Pete Way, Jamie Hunting (another one of my all time fave bass players), myself and of course Vince leaning in front! We had a blast that night. Great memories! A post shared by ????? ???? 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Nirvana legend Kurt Cobain‘s daughter Frances Bean Cobain revealed the one thing she wanted for her birthday on her Instagram account which was the ‘competent’ candidates to be ‘voted into the office.’

The only child of Nirvana’s late icon Kurt Cobain and Hole’s frontwoman Courtney Love, Frances Bean Cobain followed the footsteps of her parents and became a musician and model. She also controls the publicity rights to Kurt Cobain’s name and image.

Recently on Instagram, Frances Bean Cobain shared a post from ‘I am a Voter‘ account reminding the date, August 18, 2020, on which Alaska, Florida, and Wyoming would be holding statewide primaries. Cobain stated her birthday was on the same day and revealed the only thing she wanted as a present.

Apparently, for her 27th birthday, Frances solely wanted the ‘competent elected officials getting voted into office.’ She referred to this gift as the only thing her heart desires. Moreover, Cobain mentioned her heart also desired tiramisu for her birthday, however, she added her first wish was more important.

Here’s what Frances Bean Cobain stated on her recent post:

“All I want for my birthday this year is the gift of competent elected officials getting voted into office, it’s the only thing my heart desires. My heart also desires tiramisu, but that’s beside the point.”

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