Damian Abraham on what links grunge and Courtney Love

Music history geek and q contributor Damian Abraham is back with a new instalment of his More Than Music column.
Damian Abraham clues us in to The Wipers' lasting influence on grunge. (Fabiola Carletti/CBC)

Music history geek and q contributor Damian Abraham is back with a new instalment of his More Than Music column.

Today the F--ked Up frontman joins Shad to explain the connection between Courtney Love's new single Miss Narcissist and The Wipers' influence on the grunge era. 

WEB EXTRA | Listen to the three songs discussed on today's show. 


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