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article imageRock band Soundgarden plays at New York City's Webster Hall

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 3, 2014 in Music
Iconic rock band Soundgarden played a sold-out show at New York City's Webster Hall on June 2, where they celebrated the 20th anniversary of their "Superunknown" album.
Soundgarden, which features Chris Cornell on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, performed their award-winning album in its entirety, for the second time in their career.
Throughout their career, the group has been internationally recognized as one of the world's most influential rock bands. Their Superunknown CD, which was released on March 8, 1994, secured them multiple No. 1 hits, as well as two Grammy awards for "Black Hole Sun" and "Spoonman."
Particularly impressive about that studio effort was that all of the songs were either written or co-written by Cornell himself.
Their encore performance at their Webster Hall show included two songs that were from their previous studio effort Badmotorfinger, such as "Outshined" and "Rusty Cage."
It went on to sell over nine millions units worldwide and it was certified quintuple-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), making it their most commercially successful piece of musical work.
To learn more about Soundgarden, visit their official website.
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