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Topic - Chris Cornell
It has been 16 years since their last record, but Soundgarden sounds more or less the same on "King Animal," its grungy, guitar-driven reunion album.
The city where America was made is gearing up for rapper Jay-Z's "Made In America" music festival, which officials estimate will attract 100,000 fans to Philadelphia over Labor Day weekend.
A diverse all-star lineup will celebrate the 80th birthday of Johnny Cash with an April concert.
In a Feb. 13 story about President Barack Obama's upcoming fundraisers, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Chris Cornell was the former frontman of the band Soundgarden. Cornell is currently with the band as its lead singer.
President Barack Obama's upcoming West Coast fundraising trip will feature a musical lineup worthy of Grammy gold.
The race for the best original song Oscar is a slim one with two songs up for the honor, a first for the Academy Awards.
After a 13-year break, Soundgarden is releasing its new album through the "Guitar Hero" video game series _ and its frontman believes it's the perfect way to reintroduce the band to a new generation.
A magnitude-5.0 earthquake struck on the Ontario-Quebec border in Canada on Wednesday, shaking houses and businesses from Ottawa into the United States, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Cornell said this isn't the first time Soundgarden has had its music featured in a video game, but this new partnership is a rarity, and the "Guitar Hero" partnership is the perfect marriage.
"In the obvious way, it's going to reach a certain amount of younger people that either may or may not know about Soundgarden," frontman Chris Cornell said in a recent interview. "No matter what, I feel like releasing it this way is going to reach a lot of people who have not heard our music or have not heard a lot of it."