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article imageSoundgarden to play a concert at Webster Hall in New York City

By Markos Papadatos     May 13, 2014 in Music
New York - On June 2, rock group Soundgarden will be playing a show at Webster Hall in New York City, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their Grammy-nominated "Superunkown" album.
Soundgarden is made up of Chris Cornell on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, as well as Kim Thayil on lead guitar, Matt Cameron on drums and backing vocals, as well as Ben Shepherd on bass and background vocals.
This exclusive concert, presented by Citi, will be available only to Citi card-members and it will mark the second time in their career that they perform the album from beginning to end. A reissue package will be available on June 3 via A&M Records/UME.
Soundgarden is an internationally-renowned rock band that hails from Seattle, Washington. They have won two Grammy awards for "Best Hard Rock Performance" for "Black Hole Sun" and "Best Metal Performance" for "Spoonman," both of which were tracks on their Superunknown CD, which garnered rave reviews from Rolling Stone Magazine. It was their most commercially successful album to date, receiving quintuple-platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in the United States.
The rock group recently headlined their first-ever U.S. iTunes festival at SXSW and they performed at an exclusive taping of Guitar Center Sessions, which was presented by DIRECTV.
To learn more about how to purchase tickets for this show, visit Citi's official website.
For more information on rock group Soundgarden, visit their official website.
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