Krist Novoselic was created on May 16, 1965, in Compton, California. They released their debut album, Bleach, in 1989. Nirvana ended up signing with Geffen Records. Their very first release together with the label, 1991’s Nevermind, became a tremendous hit. The group split up after Cobain’s suicide. In 2002, Novoselic was part of some other supergroup, Eyes Adrift.
Musician, songwriter, activist and writer Krist Novoselic was created on May 16, 1965, in Compton, California.
The family moved to the tiny logging community of Aberdeen, Washington, in 1979. Just 14 in the time, Novoselic located the wet northwestern town depressing and had a difficult time fitting in at school. Another year his anxious parents had Novoselic go for their native Croatia to reside with relatives, where he found such punk rock acts as the Sex Pistols as well as the Ramones.
After returning to Aberdeen, Novoselic started researching his fascination with music during his senior year of high school. He purchased a guitar and took some lessons. Around this time, his brother Robert had a buddy, Kurt Cobain, that came over with their house occasionally. But Cobain failed to make much of an opinion on Novoselic until afterwards.