Watch Soundgarden, Metallica, Foo Fighters, Etc. Perform At Chris Cornell Tribute Show

Last night (January 16), numerous artists took the stage at The Forum in Inglewood, CA to pay tribute to the late Chris Cornell. That show was called “I Am The Highway: A Tribute To Chris Cornell” and it featured Cornell’s Soundgarden, Audioslave, and Temple Of The Dog bandmates, as well as Metallica, Foo Fighters, Melvins, Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath), Perry Farrell (Jane’s Addiction), Fiona Apple, Brandi Carlile, Josh Homme (Queens Of The Stone Age), Miley Cyrus, Adam Levine (Maroon 5), Ziggy Marley, Miguel, Taylor Momsen (The Pretty Reckless), Chris Stapleton, Tim McIlrath (Rise Against), Ryan Adams, and more. Jimmy Kimmel hosted the event with special guests and footage from it can be found below, along with the setlist. Proceeds went towards the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation.

Setlist:

The Melvins

01. Kicking Machine
02. With Your Heart
03. Not Your Hands
04. Leech
05. Heart Of Honey
06. Spoonman

Rita Wilson

01. The Promise

Nikka Costa and Alain Johannes

01. Disappearing One

Chris Stapleton

01. The Keeper

Foo Fighters

01. No Attention
02. Earache My Eye
03. Girl You Want
04. Everlong (Acoustic)

Josh Homme

01. Rusty Cage

Adam Levine, Jesse Carmichael, and Stone Gossard

01. Seasons

Miley Cyrus

01. Two Drink Minimum

Audioslave (Tom Morello and Brad Wilk)

01. Cochise (with Geezer Butler and Perry Farrell)
02. Be Yourself (with Geezer Butler and Juliette Lewis)
03. Set It Off (with Chris Chaney, Sam Harris and Tim Mcllrath)
04. Like A Stone (with Chris Chaney and Brandi Carlile)
05. Show Me How To Live (with Robert Trujillo and Dave Grohl)

Toni Cornell and Ziggy Marley

01. Redemption Song

Metallica

01. All Your Lies
02. For Whom The Bell Tolls
03. Master of Puppets
04. Head Injury

Ryan Adams (Daphne Chen, Richard Dodd, Eric Gorfain, Leah Katz, and Don Was)

01. Dead Wishes
02. Fell On Black Days

Temple Of The Dog

01. Preaching The End Of The World (Nikka Costa, Alain Johannes, Stone Gossard, Brendan O’Brien, and Josh Taylor)
02. Can’t Change Me (Nikka Costa, Alain Johannes, Stone Gossard, Eric Avery, and Josh Freese)
03. Hunted Down (William DuVall, Jerry Cantrell, Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, and Josh Freese)
04. All Night Thing (Fiona Apple, Brendan O’Brien, David Garza, Jeff Ament, and Matt Chamberlain)
05. Reach Down (Miguel, Nikka Costa, Stone Gossard, Brendan O’Brien, Jeff Ament, and Matt Cameron)
06. Say Hello 2 Heaven (Miley Cyrus, Brendan O’Brien, Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, and Josh Freese)
07. Hunger Strike (Brandi Carlile, Chris Stapleton, Stone Gossard, Brendan O’Brien, Jeff Ament, and Matt Cameron)

Soundgarden

01. Rusty Cage (with Taylor Momsen)
02. Flower (with Marcus Durant)
03. Outshined (with Marcus Durant and Stone Gossard)
04. Drawing Flies (with Taylor Momsen, Buzz Osbourne, Matt Demeritt, and Tracy Wanamae)
05. Loud Love (with Taylor Momsen, Tom Morello, and Wayne Kramer)
06. I Awake (with Taylor Hawkins and Buzz Osbourne)
07. The Day I Tried To Live (with Taylor Hawkins and Buzz Osbourne)
08. Black Hole Sun (with Brandi Carlile, Peter Frampton, Tim Hanseroth, and Phil Hanseroth)

[via Blabbermouth]

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Members Of Queens Of The Stone Age, The Pretty Reckless, Maroon 5, Etc. Added To Upcoming Chris Cornell Tribute Show

More artists have been added to the upcoming Chris Cornell tribute concert at The Forum in Inglewood, CA. That show, which is being called “I Am The Highway: A Tribute To Chris Cornell,” will take place on January 16 and the newly announced participants include: Fiona Apple, Brandi Carlile, Josh Homme (Queens Of The Stone Age), Miley Cyrus, Adam Levine (Maroon 5), Ziggy Marley, Miguel, Taylor Momsen (The Pretty Reckless), and Chris Stapleton. As previously reported, the event will also feature Metallica, Foo Fighters, Ryan Adams, and members of Soundgarden, Audioslave, and Temple Of The Dog. Jimmy Kimmel will host the event along with special guests. Proceeds will go towards the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation.

[via Blabbermouth]

New Book On Chris Cornell To Be Released In 2020

Rolling Stone and Billboard writer Corbin Reiff has revealed that he is writing a book on the late Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Audioslave, etc.) titled “Total F@&king Godhead: The Biography Of Chris Cornell.” The book is expected to be released in 2020 and Reiff says he has already interviewed several people for it, including Seattle producer Jack Endino, who worked on Soundgarden’s early recordings and Seattle music critic Dawn Anderson, who was the first person to ever review the band’s music. However, it is still unknown if the author has talked to Cornell’s family or his bandmates.

[via Blabbermouth]

Soundgarden, Audioslave, Temple Of The Dog, Metallica, Etc. Members To Perfom At Special Chris Cornell Tribute Concert

Members of Soundgarden, Audioslave, and Temple Of The Dog will be paying tribute to their late singer Chris Cornell with a special concert at The Forum in Inglewood, CA on January 16. The show, which is being called “I Am The Highway: A Tribute To Chris Cornell,” will also feature Foo Fighters, Metallica, and Ryan Adams. Jimmy Kimmel will host the event along with special guests. Tickets will go on sale November 16 at 10am PST via Ticketmaster. Proceeds will go towards the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation. As previously reported, Cornell’s career retrospective will be released on November 16.

Chris Cornell’s Widow Reportedly Files Malpractice Suit Against His Doctor

According to TMZ, Vicky Cornell, the widow of Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, etc.), has filed a malpractice suit against Dr. Robert Koblin due to him allegedly prescribing Chris 940 doses of the anti-anxiety drug Lorazepam (aka Ativan) and doses of Oxycodone during the last 20 months of his life. The suit goes on to say that Koblin was writing prescriptions without re-examining Chris, despite the fact that he had history of addiction. It also says Lorazepam can lead to impaired judgment and increased suicide risks in those that are prone to addiction and that Koblin did not warn Chris about the increased risk of suicidal thoughts. Vicky and her children are seeking unspecified damages in the case. Chris died on May 18, 2017 as a result of suicide.

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Kim Thayil On Recording & Touring As Soundgarden Without Chris Cornell: “I Don’t Think That’s Anything We’d Give Reasonable Consideration To At This Point”

The surviving members of Soundgarden have shown interest in working together again, but they do not plan on using the Soundgarden name without the late Chris Cornell. Kim Thayil told the Seattle Times that the group would most likely never use the moniker for touring or new music. However, they may use it for things like compilations, live tracks, and unreleased material. Thayil said the following:

“No, I don’t think that’s anything we’d give reasonable consideration to at this point. When I say ‘at this point,’ I mean perhaps ever [laughs]. I don’t know really what kind of thing is possible or what we would consider in the future. It’s likely nothing. The four of us were that. There were four of us and now there’s three of us, so it’s just not likely that there’s much to be pursued other than the catalog work at this point.”

Surviving Soundgarden Members “Would Certainly Love To Try To Continue To Do Something” Together

It appears the surviving members of Soundgarden may work together again following the tragic death of Chris Cornell. Matt Cameron told Rolling Stone the following: “We’re just still taking our time and giving ourselves space to process everything. We would certainly love to try to continue to do something, figure out something to do together.” Ben Shepherd added: “On a personal level, we haven’t even gotten a chance to hang out, just us three, yet. …We’re going through natural healing, then thinking about the natural next step.” The band members recently made an appearance during the unveiling of the new Cornell statue in Seattle, WA.