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See Dave Grohl perform with Audioslave at Chris Cornell Tribute

See Dave Grohl perform with Audioslave at Chris Cornell Tribute
Last night was ‘I Am The Highway’, a tribute concert to the late, great Chris Cornell whose proceeds went to charity. A host of acts took to the stage to play both Cornell’s material and their own tunes, including Metallica and Fiona Apple, while Soundgarden performed for the first time since their singer died.
The clip we have for you below was shot from the audience and is Audioslave (the bulk of Rage Against The Machine who performed with Cornell as vocalist), together with Robert Trujillo. Dave Grohl is on vocal duties.
Chris’ widow is quoted as saying “We all know how music can change us, but Chris did something more extraordinary — he changed music and paved the way for so many from Seattle to across the globe,” we quote from Blabbermouth, ”and that legacy, and his influence, will live for generations to come. I am so proud that, along with his legacy, his philanthropic work continues to grow and flourish… Chris would be so very proud. Simply put, to me, and because of all of you, Chris lives on, a music immortal whose passion for helping others is more alive today than ever.”

Sweet. #ShowMeHowtoLive #DaveGrohl #RobertTrujillo #Audioslave #IAmtheHighway

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