#1
I'm going to a Chris Cornell concert at the end of the month and I'm wondering if I should expect any Audioslave/Soundgarden music?
Does he have the rights to those songs anymore??
Last edited by drew24 at Sep 9, 2007,
#4
He probably would, he doesn't have a ton of material out from him to do just his stuff. But probably expect late soundgarden and any audioslave. Tell me how it is. I'm thinking of seeing him sometime.

The covers will probably suck those. Don't expect much.
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Alter Bridge, maybe?
A bit of John Mayer?
Some beethoven sounds delightful, as well.
Last edited by Pedalboard at Sep 9, 2007,
#5
I surely hope he won't. An Audioslave cover would be so ****ty without Tom, Brad, and Tim. Same goes for Soundgarden.
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#6
Quote by drew24
I'm going to a Chris Cornell concert at the end of the month and I'm wondering if I should expect any Audioslave/Soundgarden music?
Does he have the rights to those songs anymore??


I wouldn't expect it too much because of how he acted about the break ups of the bands he says the are over and he is glad they are over it just seems like he isn't going to bring those timeas back for some reason the way he worded it.
#7
I don't think so...

Last time I went to his concert he only played songs from Carry On

Which still rocked
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