KURT COBAIN Guitar To Be Auctioned For Charity

ABC ePrep is reporting that a guitar designed by Kurt Cobain's mother and sister is among the decorated axes for sale at "Rock The Cure", a star-studded charity auction that will take place May 3 at The Hard Rock Cafe in Los Angeles. As previously reported, the auction features guitars decorated by the likes of Rod Stewart, Joe Perry of AEROSMITH, FLEETWOOD MAC's Mick Fleetwood, Brian Johnson of AC/DC, and Sheryl Crow. It will benefit the Expedition Inspiration Fund for Breast Cancer Research. Cobain's mother is a breast cancer survivor, and she decorated the guitar with never-before-seen photos of Cobain.

Bidding on the guitars has started, and if you're interested in bidding, or would just like to check out the guitars, log on to JuliensAuctions.com.

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