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Chris Cornell

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  • Chris Cornell


“Chris Cornell is a vocal technician, a worrier, a careful, attentive man.”
- The NY Times

“A master class in the fine art of solo performance”
- Boston Globe

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Monday, January 1


With Special Guest Hemming

“A master class in the fine art of solo performance”
- Boston Globe

Cornell has continually redefined his sound and vision. He has forged his own unique identity over three decades as a Grammy award-winning, Golden Globe nominated singer, songwriter, guitarist, composer, and lyricist. Achieving multiplatinum success with three legendary bands – Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog, and Audioslave – selling over 30 million records worldwide.

The multi-platinum band released three albums and toured stadiums around the world. Cornell has also collaborated with many different artists, most recently the Zac Brown Band on their single “Heavy Is The Head”, which peaked at #1 on rock radio in the U.S.

His soundtrack work has spanned both big budget and independent cinema. He was the first male American artist to write and perform the theme song for a James Bond movie “You Know My Name” for Casino Royale, With Soundgarden, he wrote and performed the end-credits song “Live to Rise” for The Avengers, the 3rd highest grossing film of all time. He duetted with Joy Williams on his song “Misery Chain” which appeared on the soundtrack of the Oscar-winning 12 Years A Slave and his song “The Keeper” from Marc Forster’s Machine Gun Preacher was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2012. Only the most confident would claim to predict exactly what comes next for Chris Cornell. Only one thing’s for sure – he’ll continue to break rules, make history and challenge expectations.

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