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Jerry Cantrell & Layne Staley; 1993 Utopia Records in-store signing, Australia

Jerry Cantrell & Layne Staley; 1993 Utopia Records in-store signing, Australia

Jerry Cantrell

Jerry Cantrell

Miami Beach, FL - May 18, 2017 - World Red Eye remembers Chris Cornell not only as the powerhouse voice of Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog and Audioslave, but also as a great father, husband and friend. Throughout his career Cornell has touched the hearts of many music lovers and has been more than influential in the art of Rock & Roll. He will continue to live the legacy of a rock star in our hearts and in the hearts of fans around the world. As friends of Chris we thank him for sharing h...

Miami Beach, FL - May 18, 2017 - World Red Eye remembers Chris Cornell not only as the powerhouse voice of Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog and Audioslave, but also as a great father, husband and friend. Throughout his career Cornell has touched the hearts of many music lovers and has been more than influential in the art of Rock & Roll. He will continue to live the legacy of a rock star in our hearts and in the hearts of fans around the world. As friends of Chris we thank him for sharing h...

Jerry Cantrell

Jerry Cantrell

The old Alice in Chains

The old Alice in Chains

Jerry Cantrell. I'm proud to say that my nose connected with his chest in a moment of club vacating confusion. Shit, he's tall.

Jerry Cantrell. I'm proud to say that my nose connected with his chest in a moment of club vacating confusion. Shit, he's tall.

alice in chains

alice in chains

Chris Cornell

Chris Cornell

MY LOVIN'GOLDEN FISH!

MY LOVIN'GOLDEN FISH!

“Vietnam was hell on my family. I mean, it was great growing up with a dad in the Army. We had medical, dental, food for all the kids. I was taken care of by the base until I was 18. The Army was his way out. He came from a farm where he was picking cotton and hauling hay, so he wanted to get the fuck out of there. When he went to Vietnam, it just tore up our family. I feel sorry for him, ‘cause he’s a great guy, but what do you do after you’ve been killing people for a living? He started…

“Vietnam was hell on my family. I mean, it was great growing up with a dad in the Army. We had medical, dental, food for all the kids. I was taken care of by the base until I was 18. The Army was his way out. He came from a farm where he was picking cotton and hauling hay, so he wanted to get the fuck out of there. When he went to Vietnam, it just tore up our family. I feel sorry for him, ‘cause he’s a great guy, but what do you do after you’ve been killing people for a living? He started…