The clip is part of a longer interview between Cornell and Crowe that breaks down the singer's latest album, 'Higher Truth,' track by track.
There’s a long tradition of rock stars' children following in their parents' footsteps, and it appears Chris Cornell’s daughter has the chops to do just that.
Cornell and McCready teamed up on their sometime supergroup Temple of the Dog’s “Hunger Strike” and Mad Season’s “River of Deceit.”
This time around, the Soundgarden frontman breaks new ground by blending rustic British folk, vintage American folk-rock and light electronica with pop.
Cornell sent fans on a treasure hunt to hear his latest song, but if you’d rather skip ahead to the finish line, you can stream “Worried Moon” now.
The Jessie Hill-directed clip opens with all the makings of a very self-serious Western epic.
Almost a quarter-century after it was released, Pearl Jam's first album sounds as fresh as the day we first cracked the CD's shrink-wrap.
Cornell insists 2009's 'Scream' wasn't really all that bad. The timing was just wrong.
Lana Del Rey is a master at holding her audience rapt, and this week, she maintained our attention from the get-go.
The song comes from the Soundgarden frontman's upcoming solo album, 'Higher Truth,' set for release next month.