In 2009, Chris Cornell's iconic status was set in stone, thanks to his membership in three legendary bands. And then, he took a radical musical turn that alienated many of his fans and even made him the source of ridicule. But was Scream, released on March 10, 2009, really so bad?
One of the highlights from the Premiere Ceremony of the 61st GRAMMY Awards was when Toni and Christopher Cornell accepted the Best Rock Performance GRAMMY on behalf of their late father, Chris Cornell.
Last night’s concert I Am The Highway: A Tribute To Chris Cornell was a show for the ages featuring Cornell’s bandmates from Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple Of The Dog, contemporary acts Metallica and the Foo Fighters and also a number of special guests.
Ann Wilson’s latest album, Immortal, features an outstanding cover of Audioslave’s “I Am The Highway,” a tribute to her friend and fellow Seattle icon Chris Cornell, and now Wilson has released its accompanying video.
Chris Cornell, the retrospective set covering the many stages of the late singer, is out now and features the new track “When Bad Does Good.” The moving song, which was previously unreleased until this new set, now has an equally moving video starring his son, Christopher.