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Soundgarden's Matt Cameron on the reunion and singing on Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

5 years ago by Tom Murphy
In 1984, Soundgarden (due at Red Rocks tonight with The Mars Volta) started out as a three piece with Chris Cornell on drums and vocals, Kim Thayil on guitar and Hiro Yamamoto on bass. Within a year, the trio recruited Scott Sundquist to play drums, so that Cornell could cultivate...
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Soundgarden's Ben Shepherd recalls being with Nirvana when it stopped by 23 Parish in Denver

3 years ago by Tom Murphy
Soundgarden formed in 1984 as a three-piece with Chris Cornell on drums on vocals, Kim Thayil on guitar and Hiro Yamamoto on bass. Though noisier in the beginning, the band would go on to be one of the main purveyors of a slow, sludgy, intense, punk-rooted rock that was dubbed...
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Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden are better than ever, especially live

2 years ago by Tom Murphy
It would be easy to dismiss a show like this as something aging fans of '90s alternative rock take their kids to. But Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden still have plenty of intellect and challenging music. And opener Oneohtrix Point Never, an experimental electronic and ambient artist, likely challenged the...
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Soundgarden at 1STBANK Center, 5/28/13

3 years ago by Tom Murphy
SOUNDGARDEN @ 1STBANK CENTER | 5/28/13 Five songs into its set last night at 1STBANK Center, with the stage bathed in emerald light and Chris Cornell appearing sans guitar for the first time in the set, Soundgarden performed "Outshined," one of its first radio hits. Cornell put his mic toward...
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Once eaten up by the business, Soundgarden is back

5 years ago by Tom Murphy
I saw them play at the Rainbow Tavern in Seattle," recalls Matt Cameron. "I loved Soundgarden even before I joined the group. They were my favorite Seattle band. I always tried to make their shows whenever they played. I was always impressed with Chris's natural charisma, and Hiro was fantastic...
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Making the Band

10 years ago by Chris Parker
What's in a lead singer? Audioslave and Velvet Revolver have gotten along quite nicely without their prima donna leaders, thank you very much. Certainly, the Mark Burnett-produced reality series Rockstar has become the television equivalent of the world's biggest band ad. After rescuing INXS's remaining members from oblivion, the second...
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Backwash

16 years ago by Laura Bond
Those of you who frequent Herman's Hideaway have no doubt noticed the disappearance of Sharon Rawles, who toiled at the club for twelve years and was eventually named its general manager by owner Alan Roth. Well, you can relax, as both alien abduction and spontaneous combustion have been ruled out...

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