The Pabst Theater
April 17th 2009
Preaching The End Of The World
We shot this on a point and shoot camera and the mic blew out, so we substituted the studio audio in.
1. Part Of Me
3. You Know My Name
5. Call Me A Dog
7. Fell On Black Days
10. Show Me How To Live
12. Like A Stone
13. Be Yourself
15. Wild Horses
17. Never Far Away
18. Black Hole Sun
19. Pretty Noose
20. Burden In My Hand
21. Hunger Strike
22. Preaching The End Of The World
23. Can't Change Me
24. Ground Zero
25. Watch Out
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
November 3rd 2007
1. Let Me Drown
3. Show Me How To Live
4. No Such Thing
5. Arms Around Your Love
6. Be Yourself
7. Say Hello 2 Heaven
8. What You Are
9. Rusty Cage
10. Call Me A Dog
11. Fell On Black Days
12. Redemption Song
13. Like A Stone
14. Doesn't Remind Me
17. Hunger Strike
18. Pushin Forward Back
19. You Know My Name
20. Black Hole Sun
21. Jesus Christ Pose
22. Pretty Noose
23. Burden In My Hand
25. Slaves & Bulldozers / Like Suicide / 4th of July / Whole Lotta Love
We recently reached out to Fort Lauderdale's Rock Bar with the idea to have a fan meet up to the music of Chris Cornell and they have welcomed the idea.
On Thursday July 20th, Rock Bar will be letting us play a couple hours of our favorite Chris Cornell music and invites all Knights of the Soundtable to stop in.
We will be updating this post with details as we get them, and in the meantime...
You can RSVP in our Facebook Event | Or you can use the "Leave a comment" link at the bottom of this post to just leave your first name or something - or an actual comment if you like
Rock Bar Is Located At:
219 S Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
On May 19th, we kept our plans to attend Rock On The Range in Columbus, OH so we could be with friends and Knights for the weekend. The festival put together a tribute to Chris Cornell that we [at least attempted to] record, with the initial intention to post right after the show, but the whole thing ended up being a bit much and we decided we couldn't really go through our clips to post anything.
We went over everything today [August 4th] and decided to post a few clips from the tribute, if just a tad bit late...
[Use the menu at the top left of the YouTube player to choose a video clip]
We had the opportunity to attend meet and greets with Chris Cornell at a couple Soundgarden and solo-tour shows. Our first was via the charity and IfOnly, and we later had opportunities from different Twitter, iTunes, and SG World contests.
Each time, we planned out a few questions that we never ended up asking, and instead just sat and talked and shared small pieces of our Soundgarden memorabilia we had brought to get signed.
At the Miami show in 2016, Chris played with our Hands All Over promo hand for a while before signing it, and our Photofantasm copy.
We wanted to share our most recent chance to sit with Chris backstage, at the 2016 Jacksonville show. We got to give Chris one of our shirts, and he briefly played us some acoustic Cochise. We had a great time before the real show even began and we wanted to share it with everyone today.
Waiting backstage, we can hear Chris doing vocal warm ups. It sounds like a cross between sound check, and what I imagine Chris stubbing his toe on a table leg would sound like.
We're in a room with a Dell laptop with Word open to the setlist document for tonight's show. We COULD just hit print, but begging like lunatics after the show is more our thing.
Fantastic Negrito passes through...probably wondering what the hell we're doing there. We very briefly say hi before we're shuffled into the 4th backstage room where we'll finally see Chris.
M = Meghan
J = Jeff
CC: Hey !
M: Hey there !
CC: How you doing !?
J: Hey ! Sorry, it’s us again…
CC: Good to see you. That’s okay, you don’ t have to apologize.
Sorry it’s ME again !
What’s going on ?
M: YOU know…
Here to see you…
Thoroughly enjoyed last night’s show !
CC: Thank you
Did you take pictures? I think I saw some of your pictures last night that looked sorta good…
J: Yeah, they let us go crazy for the first 2 songs…
CC: Oh they did !?
CC: Who’d you ask ?
J: They just said before you came out to take all the pictures we want for 2 songs and then put everything away.
CC: That’s uh…I’m sorta surprised….but that’s good. That’s good.
Yeah, they look good, I saw a couple of your photos and they look good
M: Well, thank you ! That’s all you there
CC: No, usually they suck ! So it’s not…it’s the photographer. But, what I’ve noticed is the ones that normally take really good photos, with these kinds of shows, i don’t know if they don’t know what to focus on or whatever, but, they don’t come out. It’s the same photographers we hire for other concerts, and maybe it’s that they need that kind of thing going on, and they can’t find anything…
M: It’s like for most people it’s strictly business you know ?
CC: (picks up guitar, starts strumming) Who’s is this ? (louder) Who’s is this ?
Security: The house.
CC: (starts down tuning the E string) Do you have a phone ?
**lol Chris Cornell is asking Jeffgarden.com if we have a recording device on us**
CC: Hang on (keeps tuning)
Do you have….uh, google “Cochise”
I’m just testing my pitch
Umm, you know like on YouTube and stuff just so you can play it
CC: (looks at our Jeffgarden.com t shirts) I don’t have one of those t shirts…
CC: Oh I do !?
M: Yeah you totally do !
CC: You’re Kidding !
M: Yeah, we brought you one !
(Cochise plays on the iPhone)
CC: You got it…
It’s hard to tell
(because it’s the helicopter effect intro lol)
(Chris plucks string)
RIGHT ON THE MONEY !
M: Yes ! Alright !
CC: Guys wanna take a photo ?
CC: (Cochise is still playing) Not Bad !
M: yeah !
CC: I spot perfect pitch - I don’t have it - but I can kind of, um, my brain chemistry can figure it out, on guitar.
CC: (Looking at Jeffgarden shirt. Notices the YouTube take down graphic and laughs)
M: He’s actually gotten called (laughs)
CC: Well they don’t fuck around any more, cause their piece of the pie is so small now. All they really do is protect copyrights and make money off of shit they already paid for. That they paid for 25 years ago
HIGHER TRUTHS: CHRIS CORNELL TAKES US BEHIND THE MUSIC
This fall, Chris Cornell released his released his fourth solo album, Higher Truth. The record, produced by Brendan O'Brien, is a mile-marker for Cornell, which finds him further embracing his songwriting instincts outside of a band dynamic. Over the past few decades, Cornell has become one of rock's most iconic living frontmen, as the founding member of Temple of the Dog, the voice of Soundgarden, and the mastermind behind Audioslave.
For this episode of Set List, we sat down with Cornell to talk about his lengthy musical history, his commercial success, and the legacy he wants to leave behind. Leading up to a stretch of solo acoustic shows in support of Higher Truth, he reflected back on how he got his start as a solo artist and explained why he thinks spontaneity is a rarity among musicians today. Check out the episode above, and catch Cornell on tour in a city near you.
Chris Cornell has announced a North American solo acoustic tour for fall 2015. The multi-city trek will give fans the chance to see Chris perform in an unplugged, up close and personal setting and will include songs spanning his entire career. Chris will also introduce songs from his new studio album, Higher Truth,produced by Brendan O’Brien (Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Neil Young) and scheduled for release on September 18.
Fans have access to a special presale which runs from 10am EST on June 2 to 10pm EST on June 4 - click on links in 'Tickets' column below. Password: ****Asked to remove password. But check your emails if you subscribe to the ChrisCornell.com email blasts**** Note: Modesto's presale will take place by phone - call 209-338-2100 from 12 noon PST.
In addition, an exclusive pre-sale for American Express cardholder members will run from June 3 at 10am. Venue pre-sale dates will vary and tickets will go on public sale at various times on June 5 and June 6 - check ticket sites for details.
$1 from every ticket sold will go to the Chris and Vicky Cornell Foundation, a charitable organization that helps to protect the most vulnerable children facing problems such as homelessness, poverty, abuse or neglect. For additional ticket purchase info, please visit http://chriscornell.com/.
Date Venue Location Tickets
Sep 20 Walt Disney Concert Hall Los Angeles, CA Buy
Sep 21 Warner Grand Theatre San Pedro, CA Buy
Sep 23Granada Theater Santa Barbara, CA Buy
Sep 24Wells Fargo Center For The Arts Santa Rosa, CA Buy
Sep 26 Paramount Theater Oakland, CA Buy
Sep 27 Gallo Center For The Arts Modesto, CA Phone
Sep 29 Benaroya Hall Seattle, WA Buy
Sep 30 Orpheum Theatre Vancouver, BC Buy
Oct 02 Paramount Theatre Denver, CO Buy
Oct 03 Stiefel Theatre For The Performing Arts Salina, KS Buy
Oct 05 State Theatre Minneapolis, MN Buy
Oct 06 Chicago Theatre Chicago, IL Buy
Oct 08 Lakewood Civic Auditorium Lakewood, OH Buy
Oct 09 Massey Hall Toronto, ONBuy
Oct 11 University At Buffalo - Center For The Arts Buffalo, NY Buy
Oct 12 State TheatreNew Brunswick, NJ Buy
Oct 14 Strathmore Music Theatre N. Bethesda, MD Buy
Oct 15 Merriam Theatre Philadelphia, PA Buy
Oct 17 Kirby Center For The Performing Arts Wilkes Barre, PA Buy
Oct 18 Beacon Theatre New York, NY Buy
Oct 21 Shubert Theater Boston, MA Buy
Oct 23 Grand Opera House Wilmington, DE Buy
Oct 24 Strand Capitol Performing Arts Center York, PA Buy
Oct 26 Atlanta Symphony Hall Atlanta, GA Buy
Oct 27 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN Buy
Oct 29 The Knight Concert Hall Miami, FL Buy : )
Oct 30 The Mahaffey Theater St Petersburg, FL Buy : )
Nov 1 The Majestic Theatre Dallas, TX Buy
Nov 2 Austin City Limits Live At The Moody Theater Austin, TX Buy