Chris Cornell: The Seattle Sound and its untimely deaths

Chris Cornell: The Seattle Sound and its untimely deaths
Chris Cornell, who has died at the age of 52, was hailed as one of the founding fathers of grunge. But his dissident music scene ended years ago – victim of its own success. The year was 1994. Kurt Cobain was dead, Pearl Jam had a new drummer and Chris …
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What, No Flannel? | The Real Look of Grunge
How to account for the enduring allure of grunge, both in sight and sound? “The music had a certain aggression to it that was very sweaty and kind of male, but it was decidedly not macho,” explains Moore. “It had a real kind of sophistication to it.”
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Grammys 2018: Why You Shouldn’t Be Shocked That Bruno Mars Beat Kendrick Lamar
Most years, you watch the ceremony for the live music and ignore the actual awards … when the air was full of grunge and gangsta rap – except all the big awards went to Natalie Cole’s “Unforgettable,” a duet with her dead father, on a song that …
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