The Death of Chris Cornell

Below is an old Chris Cornell interview with Quinn and Cantara...

This is back when He was touring with Audioslave and Quinn was still drinking...  

These are only a few clips of a three part interview we did with Chris in New England.  

We were doing nights across New England out of HJY in Providence RI at the ghetto penthouse

Rolling Stone says They're investigating his death as a possible Suicide

LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 13:  Musician Chris Cornell attends 106.7 KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas 2015 at The Forum on December 13, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for CBS Radio)Getty Images

No Answers Yet but his monkey was the booze... Here he is talking about it... 

"When asked how Cornell beat all his addictions he stated, "It was a long period of coming to the realization that this way (sober) is better. Going through rehab, honestly, did got me away from just the daily drudgery of depression and either trying to not drink or do drugs or doing them and you know, they give you such a simple message that any idiot can get and it's just over and over, but the bottom line is really, and this is the part that is scary for everyone, the individual kinda has to want it...not kinda, you have to want it and to not do that crap anymore or you will never stop and it will just kill you."

In a 2011 interview, Cornell said the major change with the reformed Soundgarden is a lack of alcohol: "The biggest difference I noticed... and we haven't even really talked about it: There are no bottles of Jack Daniels around or beers. And we never talked about... it's just not there."

Cornell died on May 17, 2017 at the age of 52 after performing at a show in Detroit. The cause of death was not immediately known.


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