19 unbelievable Chris Cornell songs from Soundgarden to Audioslave

Claudine Rigal
Mai 19, 2017

In a statement to The Associated Press, Brian Bumbery says Cornell died Wednesday night in Detroit. The statement said the family would be working closely with the medical examiner to determine the cause and have asked for privacy. She expects some information to be released about the results later in the day.

Cornell was on tour and performed Wednesday night in Detroit with Soundgarden.

In 1984, Chris formed the band Soundgarden, which was influential in the 1990s grunge movement.

"It was really cool", Morello said of that performance. They need to be kind of real and they need to have a beginning, middle and an end.

Cornell was the father of three children: Toni and Christopher - with whom he shared with Karayiannis - and Lillian Jean from his previous marriage to manager Susan Silver. What I look forward to the most - because I tour so much, especially the last couple of years, by myself - is the camaraderie.

"That was the toughest time in my life", he told Rolling Stone.

Soundgarden predated both grunge pioneers Nirvana and Pearl Jam, but it wasn't an overnight success.

"There's something about Seattle, it's always been a hard rock town, too".

Cornell began his career in the Seattle rock scene. "There's no reason that I would think I know how to define it, but it's always been there".

The band broke up in 1997 but later reformed.

Cornell helped form the rock supergroup Audioslave with members of Rage Against the Machine. Zac Brown Band have also been known to include one of Cornell's songs in their live shows.

The Soundgarden singer was 52.

His first solo album, 1999's "Euphoria Morning", was a dark album that was initially supposed to be titled "Euphoria Mourning". I'm a good bro, too. There's no just kind of flat lining coasting. @soundgarden TOTAL SHOCK.GREAT MAN.GREAT BAND.GREAT LOSS.

From Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page: "Incredibly Talented". Representatives for the band called his death "sudden and unexpected", but no cause has been revealed. FILE - In this Friday, Feb. 6, 2009, file photo, musician Chris Cornell speaks to the media as he arrives at the MusiCares Person of the Year tribute honoring Neil Diamond in Los Angeles.

D'autres rapports CampDesrEcrues

Discuter de cet article

SUIVRE NOTRE JOURNAL