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Eddie Vedder gives emotional speech about Chris Cornell

Posted by on June 7, 2017

When Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder didn’t show up at Chris Cornell’s funeral, there were some that took that as a slight. Of course, everyone grieves in their own way, and the fact that Vedder’s solo European tour kicked off just a few days later could have contributed to his absence. Since the tour started, he’s […]

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Touche Amore try on Pearl Jam’s Corduroy

Posted by on October 19, 2016

We love A.V. Undercover, the series in which visiting bands have to cover a song from one of 25 artists, with the list dwindling down every time an artist visits. It helped get GWAR back into the national spotlight and earned them alumni status after they crushed a Kansas cover, and just a few weeks […]

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Temple Of the Dog to reunite, play shows

Posted by on July 20, 2016

A 90s alt-rock supergroup that was never meant to be a band, Temple of the Dog are reuniting for the 25th anniversary of their only album. Consisting of Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell and all of Pearl Jam, the band was formed as a tribute to Mother Love Bone singer Andrew Wood. Mother Love Bone, which included Pearl […]

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Trent Reznor and Eddie Vedder cast on ‘Twin Peaks’

Posted by on April 25, 2016

Twin Peaks was a surreal TV show from David Lynch back in the early 90’s about an FBI detective investigating a murder in the small town of the same name just to find out there was a lot more going on and getting entangled in a bunch of weird, super-natural stuff happening. The show only lasted […]

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Chris Cornell issues statement on master tape lawsuit

Posted by on April 15, 2015

Chris Cornell of Soundgarden, and founder of Seattle supergroup Temple of the Dog, has issued a statement on his website regarding the lawsuit involving London Bridge Studios, where the Temple of the Dog album was recorded. A&M Records wants the master tapes to the 1991 self-titled album, but studio co-founder Raj Parashar says he owns them – not the label. Chris Cornell issued the […]

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Temple of the Dog in dispute over master tapes

Posted by on April 14, 2015

In 1990, in the wake of the death of Mother Love Bone singer Andrew Wood, Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell got together with members of MLB to record a tribute album to Wood. Recorded in just 15 days, Temple of Dog began to define the grunge era, and the rest of the band, along with Eddie Vedder, […]

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Wovenwar and Kyng cover Temple of the Dog

Posted by on September 3, 2014

If you were alive in the ’90s, you’re probably familiar with Temple of the Dog. A supergroup of sorts featuring Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell and the members of Pearl Jam before their debut album came out as a tribute to Mother Love Bone vocalist Andrew Wood, the  band’s only album came out in 1991, and featured […]

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Nirvana Reuniting Tonight With… Paul McCartney?

Posted by on December 12, 2012

Tonight (12) is the Concert for Sandy Relief at New York’s Madison Square Garden. And it’s going to have one of the strangest lineups in recent history, namely Sir Paul McCartney playing with the remainder of Nirvana. According to UK newspaper The Sun, McCartney called Dave Grohl to help out for the concert for hurricane […]

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