Concerts

Courtney Love Coming to Fillmore Miami Beach with Hole July 2

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The '90s are back thanks to Courtney Love.
​Time to break out the kinder-whore dresses and Mary Janes kids, because rock's ultimate HBIC -- er, that's head bitch in charge -- is coming to the Fillmore Miami Beach on July 2. Courtney Love has resurrected Hole, but she's the only original band member in the new incarnation. But let's be honest, wasn't Hole always about Courtney Love anyway?

Of course, Hole is on tour again because they've released a follow up to 1999's superb Celebrity Skin. Nobody's Daughter sort of takes a step back and picks up where Live Through This left off. Top that off with the fact that Courtney is fighting with Billy Corgan again, and she's claiming she slept with Gavin Rossdale while he was still dating Gwen Stefani. It's like the '90s never ended!

Anywho, tickets go on sale this Saturday at 10 a.m. via livenation.com.

After the jump, a video of Hole performing their latest single "Skinny Little Bitch" at SXSW. And as a bonus, the video for "Doll Parts," one of my favorite Hole tracks of all time. (Miss u Kurt sooo bad!)




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