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2011 live acoustic album from the Rock vocalist and former frontman for Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple Of The Dog. In addition to being one of the most acclaimed voices in rock, he stands in a class of his own as a songwriter whose works have reached limitless audiences, the world over. Familiar songs emerge in a new context, showing that great songwriting translates to any idiom. Includes 'Black Hole Sun', 'Scar On The Sky', 'I Am The Highway' and many others.
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Concert Review: Chris Cornell: Concert Reviews
Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Toronto - April 20, 2011
By JANE STEVENSON, QMI Agency
Chris Cornell performs at The Queen Elizabeth Theatre Wednesday night.
TORONTO - The biggest surprise about Chris Cornell's current solo Songbook tour, which arrived at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Wednesday night, is that it took him so long to do it.
I know, I know, he's been busy for the last 25 years.
Possessed with some of the best hard rock pipes in the business, Cornell has fronted Soundgarden, Temple Of the Dog, and Audioslave, while also tending to his solo career and contributing to various soundtracks, but has never toured entirely on his own before.
Charasmatic, quick-witted and good-looking with a killer voice, he's kind of the perfect candidate for the job.
"What a great reception," said Cornell, 46, when he first walked out, prompting the audience to leap to their feet.
"I'm never going to be able to live up to this, so I'm just going to leave," he joked.
Thankfully, the singer didn't disappoint as he performed for two hours, picking songs from his varied back catalogue while playing mostly acoustic, but sometimes electric, guitar on a bare stage save for his instruments, a turntable (more on that later) and a stool.
Dressed casually in a grey sweater and jeans, with his hair long again and sporting a beard - he's clearly getting road ready for the Soundgarden reunion tour which arrives at the Molson Amphitheatre on July 2 - Cornell actually claimed to be suffering from a fever.Read more ›
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Just chris and his guitar...
Its just tooo too good n mesmerizing...
His vocals are just intoxicating.
best unplugged album i've heard in years...