One of the cool things about Twitter is the dialogue it can open up between artists and their fans. But as was recently the case for Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell, that communication can take a dark turn.
Elton John and Chris Cornell both were announced as nominees for the 69th annual Golden Globe Awards in January. In fact, both were nominated for awards in the same category: Best Original Song in a Motion Picture.
Soundgarden lead singer Chris Cornell says the band's first album in 16 years will stay true to the sound the band had crafted in the 13 years previous to 'Down on the Upside.' The untitled effort is expected to be available in 2012.
You never know what you're going to hear when a guest stops by 'The Howard Stern Show' -- only that it's going to be honest, off-the-cuff, and no holds barred. That certainly was the case last week when Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell stopped by the studio to discuss his new album, 'Songbook.'
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