In an edition of The First Time first broadcast in 2013, Chris Cornell shares the pivotal moments and songs that shaped his life and career.
Chris was the frontman of Soundgarden, one of the key bands to emerge from the Seattle grunge scene of the early 1990s. Their biggest album, 1994's Superunknown, featured the Grammy Award-winning singles Black Hole Sun and Spoonman. After the split of Soundgarden, Chris went on to form the rock supergroup Audioslave, best known for their hit Cochise. Soundgarden reformed in 2010, and released their sixth studio album King Animal. A wide ranging discussion with this influential musician who died in May of 2017.