Courtney Love has given Hole fans a reason to celebrate: the singer recently met up with guitarist Eric Erlandson , and hinted she may be working with him and another former member of the band next year.
Love posted a blurry photo of her embracing Erlandson on her Facebook page Friday, along with the caption, “And this just happened.... @eric_erlandson @maindepowr @LouiseMensch @xMAdMx 2014 going to be a very interesting year.” If you aren’t Twitter savvy, the handles mentioned in the caption include those of former Hole bassist Melissa Auf der Maur and manager Peter Mensch .
You may recall that Love reunited with Erlandson, Auf Der Maur and ex-Hole drummer Patty Schemel last year at an afterparty at the Public Assembly in New York City for the premiere of Schemel’s documentary, Hit So Hard . Love played two songs with her former band mates: “Miss World,” from Hole’s 1994 album Live Through This , as well as a cover of The Wipers ’ 1983 track “Over the Edge.” It was the first time the four of them had played together in 15 years.
The last release to feature Love, Erlandson and Auf der Maur was 1998’s Celebrity Skin , which debuted at #9 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, selling 86,000 copies in its first week, according to Nielsen Soundscan. Hole’s most recent album, 2010’s Nobody's Daughter , featured Love performing with a new lineup that included guitarist Micko Larkin , bassist Shawn Dailey , and drummer Stu Fisher .
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