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Grunge Musical Could Feature Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains Songs

Kevin Winter / Frank Micelotta / Paul Hawthorne, Getty Images
Kevin Winter / Frank Micelotta / Paul Hawthorne, Getty Images

Following renewed interest in the genre after Chris Cornell's death, a musical theatre project in Seattle with ties to the record labels plans to explore the roots of grunge.

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15 Years Ago: Jerry Cantrell Tries to Leave Alice in Chains Behind on ‘Degradation Trip’

Roadrunner Records
Roadrunner Records

Jerry Cantrell looked to step out of the large, looming shadow of Alice in Chains with his second solo album, 'Degradation Trip,' which came out in 2002.

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Jerry Cantrell Recalls How Alice in Chains Developed Their Twin-Vocal Sound

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Buda Mendes, Getty Images

Alice in Chains developed their unique twin-vocal sound thanks to Layne Staley encouraging Jerry Cantrell to sing more.

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15 Years Ago: How Alice In Chains Carried on After Layne Staley’s Death

Tim Mosenfelder / Chris McKay, Getty Images
Tim Mosenfelder / Chris McKay, Getty Images

By the time Layne Staley‘s lifeless body was finally discovered in 2002, he’d been dead for days – and Alice in Chains were a barely functioning unit.

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25 Years Ago: Alice in Chains Show Their Quiet Side on the ‘Sap’ EP

Columbia
Columbia

Alice in Chains' 'Sap' EP came out on Feb. 4, 1992.

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Alice in Chains Working on New Album

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Bassist Mike Inez said the band are working on the follow-up to 2013's 'The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here.'

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20 Years Ago: Alice in Chains Go Acoustic for ‘Unplugged’

Columbia
Columbia

Alice in Chains released their appearance on MTV's 'Unplugged' on July 30, 1996.

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How ‘Black Gives Way to Blue’ Helped Alice in Chains Say Goodbye to Layne Staley

Frank Micelotta Archive, Getty Images
Frank Micelotta Archive, Getty Images

Jerry Cantrell says that their 2009 song about their deceased lead singer is "still really tough for me to listen to.”

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The Story of Alice in Chains’ Last Show With Layne Staley

YouTube
YouTube

Layne Staley fronted Alice in Chains for the last time when they opened up for Kiss on July 3, 1996.

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Eight Previously Unreleased Layne Staley Songs Could Be In the Works

Anthony Clayton
Anthony Clayton

Seattle audio designer Jesse Holt tweeted that he's finishing tracks recorded by the late frontman of Alice in Chains before he died in 2002.

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