Published Jan 17, 2019The late Chris Cornell was honoured with a massive tribute concert last night (January 16) at the Forum in Los Angeles.
Dubbed "I Am the Highway," the concert event featured performances by both Cornell's former band members and musicians who considered themselves fans.
The Melvins opened the show, including "Spoonman" in their set, and were followed by one-song performances by Rita Wilson, Nikka Costa and Alain Johannes, and Chris Stapleton.
Foo Fighters then took the stage to perform "No Attention," "Earache My Eye," "Girl You Want" and "Everlong."
Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme did "Rusty Cage," Maroon 5's Adam Levine and Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard did "Seasons," and Miley Cyrus performend "Two Drink Minimum" and "As Hope and Promise Fade."
Audioslave members were joined by guest vocalists like Perry Farrell, Juliette Lewis, Rise Against's Tim McIlrath, X Ambassadors' Sam Harris, Brandi Carlile and Dave Grohl, while Ziggy Marley, Toni Cornell, Jack Black, Metallica and Ryan Adams performed their own renditions of Audioslave songs.
Cornell's Temple of the Dog days were honoured with his band members bringing out Fiona Apple and Jerry Cantrell, as well as repeat appearances by Cryus, Stapleton and Carlile.
Finally, Soundgarden members Kim Thayil, Matt Cameron and Ben Shepherd were later joined by the likes of Taylor Momsen, Marcus Durant, Tom Morello, Taylor Hawkins and Peter Frampton for songs like "Flower," "Outshined," "Loud Love" and concert closer "Black Hole Sun."
Watch the full concert here, or see clips from YouTube below.