Chris Cornell’s Final Soundgarden Show Itinerary Revealed, When Was Dinner?


Soundgarden performed for the final time in Detroit and Chris Cornell died by suicide shortly after the show in his hotel room three months ago today. Below is the crew itinerary for the show.

Bhi Bhiman described a part of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam drummer Matt Cameron’s eulogy for Chris Cornell on a recent Remembering Chris Cornell podcast.

“It reminds me of something Matt Cameron said in his eulogy for Chris.”

He added, “He was talking about the first time he met Chris, and he was in some band playing a pizza parlor at 4PM or something on a weekday. He was like, ‘Who plays that show?’ Nobody was paying attention, nobody cared, but when there is somebody who does care at those empty shows, you play for them, and it helps you get through the show, it helps you perform well during the show. At this one show, Chris was that guy.

He was sitting there like two feet away from him watching him drum, because Chris was a drummer, but he wanted a better drummer, or he felt the drumming in the band could be better, so he was watching him. That was the first time he met him. That was early stage Chris wanting to be involved with somebody doing something good.

He didn’t have the platform that he had later when I was on tour with him in that scenario, but that was always his M.O. I guess, collaborating with other people, working with other people, being humane to other people, and recognizing good talent when it’s there, and helping that talent along, however that might be. That’s something I take with me, that’s for sure.”