The late & great Chris Cornell, both the man himself and his music, will be the spotlight of an upcoming tribute show in Los Angeles, which features some major names from the entertainment business. The following will be present for the concert; Metallica, Foo Fighters and members of Cornell’s bands Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog. They will all be on hand to take part in what is being called “I Am the Highway: A Tribute to Chris Cornell” show which is planned to take place early next year.
The performance is set to take place on January 16th at The Forum in Los Angeles. TV’s Jimmy Kimmel is set to host the night, and Ryan Adams also rounding out the performance lineup with many others special guests expected. Tickets for the show will go on sale Friday (November 16th) at 10AM PT through Ticketmaster’s website. Proceeds from the mighty show will benefit the EBMRF (Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation). Chris Cornell died May 18, 2017 right after he performed a concert in Detroit. The musician/singer/song writer was 52 years old.
In other related news, a trailer has surfaced for a new video for the Chris Cornell song “When Bad Does Good.” The clip stars Cornell’s son Chris Cornell Jr., and the video is expected to debut this Friday (Nov. 16). Watch the video trailer below.
A trailer video has surfaced for a new video for the Chris Cornell song “When Bad Does Good.” The clip stars Cornell’s son Chris Cornell Jr., and the video is expected to debut this Friday (Nov. 16). Watch the video trailer below.
— Chris Cornell (@chriscornell) November 12, 2018
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