Fred Durst Sure He’d Be an Icon if He’d Died at 27
Amy Winehouse was recently added to the list of talented musicians who passed away at 27, joining Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, Brian Jones and Jim Morrison.
“Not dying at 27 is probably my biggest regret,” Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst told Rolling Stone Magazine after hearing of Winehouse’s passing. “The 27 Club have books written about them. I’ll just be remembered as the guy whose band co-headlined with Creed.”
Durst, now 41 and far too old to be wearing his hat backwards, says his opportunity to be something special has passed.
“Songs like Nookie really impacted society back in the day,” said the bitter songwriter. “I missed my opportunity to go out a legend 14 years ago.”
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