Chris Cornell revealed a couple of exciting things on Twitter this week.
With Soundgarden crooner Chris Cornell filling in for the late Layne Staley, Mad Season is coming together for one show.
Soundgarden started out in 1984, so there’s no arguing they’ve amassed quite the story over the last three decades.
They might not be the first band you think of when you hear the word “grunge,” and that’s probably not all that bad – Soundgarden transcended Seattle in just about every possible way.
Nobody ever set out to be a grunge icon — at least nobody who actually became one.
Like a shrieking banshee in the night, Soundgarden unexpectedly released a new song -- and it sounds a lot like the Soundgarden that came before anyone outside Seattle knew who they were.
It happened: Eddie Vedder and Chris Cornell reunited to sing Temple of the Dog's 'Hunger Strike.'
Chris Cornell will not be appearing at rapper Jay-Z's first-ever Made in America festival in Philadelphia this weekend after all. The Soundgarden singer was on the initial line-up that Jay-Z announced for the gathering back in May, with Cornell slated to appear alongside fellow performers like Pearl Jam, Skrillex, Dirty Projectors, Passion Pit, Santigold, Miike Snow and more. But without warning or any reason cited, Cornell's name was abruptly pulled from the final schedule on Tuesday.