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Chris Cornell Featured On Latest Episode Of Set List On Live Nation TV

11/18/2015
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(Live Nation TV) Live Nation TV sat down with the Chris Cornell for a brand new episode of Set List as the Soundgarden frontman prepared for his solo acoustic shows in support of his new album Higher Truth. We were sent over the following details:

Featuring newly unearthed archival footage and an extensive interview with the grunge architect, the episode is an in depth look at one of one of rock's most iconic living frontmen. Along the way Cornell also shares how he got his start as a solo artist and explains why spontaneity is a rarity among musicians today - all while sprinkling anecdotes in anecdotes from his time in Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog, and Audioslave.

The episode also highlights Chris Cornell's new tour and album, both of which find the artist further embracing his songwriting instincts outside of a band dynamic. "The idea that I'm not feeling the song because there's too much going on, but when there's nothing but one acoustic guitar performance and singing it works for me - it's kind of a new thing," the legendary singer tells LNTV in the piece. Watch the episode here.

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