Chris Cornell may be known as the front man for hit Seattle-based grunge band Soundgarden, or as the lead singer for the band Audioslave. He’s one of the founding fathers of the 90s grunge movement based out of Seattle. But then there’s his incredible solo career, supported by his prolific songwriting ability and catalog and his near-4 octave vocal range. Chris Cornell is a powerhouse of a musician and a performer. He nears living legend status now, which is why he’s often greeted with a standing ovation before he even plays a note at concerts. He attracts a near-stereotypical grunge crowd, overwhelmingly decked out in flannel and plaid. The prolific performer mostly accompanies himself on one of his many acoustic guitars, but he’ll occasionally bring out a few backing musicians to round out the sound. When he does invite special guests to join him on stage, it makes for a grunge fan’s greatest dream realized. He might call in favors with former members of Soundgarden or even invite other grunge legends like members of Pearl Jam to join him for a song or two. But it’s Cornell’s voice that’s the main attraction. Audiences fall silent, almost as if they’re having a religious experience when Cornell hits the high notes he’s known for with the kind of passion and skill that have earned him that legend status.
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