Chris Cornell’s Daughter Opens Up About Nirvana & Seattle

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Chris Cornell’s daughter Lily answered fan questions during a recent Tumblr AMA. She discussed Nirvana, living in Seattle, and upcoming new Seattle artists she manages, following in the footsteps of her mother Susan Silver, who managed Soundgarden and Alice In Chains during their hey days in the 1990’s. Also for those unhip to modern abbreviations, ‘ofc’ means ‘of course.’

Do you like Nirvana?

ofc

Hi, what do like most about Seattle and what do you like least about Seattle?

i love my people in seattle and i think the city itself beautiful but i hate how small it feels and i fucking hate the weather

favorite The Who album?

the kids are alright

You are a manager? Who are you managing?

@isaacjacuzzi
@youngmatondo
@naytropolis
@theofficialchandler
@camerondevereaux
@kikibrookes
@jacecino
@roycedavidd
@callan_spafford

why are you doing this question thing?

i’ve been sick in bed for five days i’m running out of activities

what’s a show/movie you recommend to watch?

the disaster artist was dope

What’s your favorite neighborhood in Seattle?

west is best !!

Do you like your hair better short or long?

i can’t decide!!

Do u like Lana Del Rey

kind of

Hej Lily . Have you ever been to Australia?

no 🙁

  • Olga Stewart

    I do hope that Lily is soon feeling better.

    And I read those answers on her tumblr page.

    He favourite songs sung by her dad are “Misery Chain” and “Call Me A Dog”.

    • makingconnections

      “Call Me A Dog” is my favorite as well. That song couldn’t have been easy to perform and yet Chris did it so well, will so much feeling and passion. I like watching him get himself “grounded” just before he starts singing, preparing to be the person that feels just what the song describes. What a talented man.

  • Ofc is in no way, “opening up” about Nirvana. Same could be said about her responses about Seattle.

    • Olga Stewart

      What does it actually mean then?

  • Diane Neame

    I wouldn’t say that answering a question on whether she liked Nirvana and her saying of course, is discussing Nirvana, click bait