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Chris Cornell Show Rescheduled

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The Chris Cornell show originally slated to take place on July 14 at the Fillmore Auditorium has finally been rescheduled. He's now due to hit the venue on Tuesday, November 20, and tickets from the original date will be honored at that time. (Ducats can also be purchased at the Fillmore box office or through Ticketmaster.) Tide yourself over by checking out the Cornell profile that appeared in Westword's July 12 issue (back when we thought he'd arrive during the summer, not the fall), as well as a Q&A that reproduces his interview in total. It'll be November before you know it. -- Michael Roberts

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