It would be very interesting to hear Kurt Cobain's take on the world of today. Unfortunately, he's not talking. The BBC reports: Fans of Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain have been remembering the star on the 10th anniversary of his death on Monday. Cobain, 27, was found dead with a gunshot wound at his home in Seattle, Washington, on 8 April 1994. It is believed he shot himself on 5 April. Fans marked the date with a vigil in Seattle's Viretta Park. Former Nirvana bass player Krist Novoselic said: "I go into privacy mode at this time of year." Novoselic - who made up Nirvana alongside Cobain and drummer Dave Grohl - added: " It's something I don't like to think about, much less talk about." Cobain, born in Aberdeen, Washington, is legendary among fans as leader of a band widely considered to be one of the most important of all time. Nirvana were at the vanguard of the 1990s US grunge movement, creating a hard but melodic style of rock that appealed to millions.