Howard Stern Reveals How A-List Star Is Involved In New Chris Cornell Song


On The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday, Howard discussed Chris Cornell’s new self-titled album set for release on November 16th, and his new single “When Bad Does Good.” Actor Josh Brolin was credited for being involved in the idea of releasing the song.

After the break Howard came right back and said he has a couple of things to mention. He said this Friday night on Howard 101 they have a Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators doing a special show. He said that’s Friday night at 8pm eastern. He said Slash is a genius and musical prodigy. He said this guy is a virtuoso. He said he’s great and they love him.

Howard said Chris Cornell’s family also sent over a song they’ve never heard before. He said he’s gone but not forgotten. He said they’re releasing a new 17 song album. He said this is a little bit of Chris performing ”When Bad Does Good.”

He said it’s being released tomorrow at midnight. Howard played some of the song and said the family said he recorded this before his death. He said he loved the song. Gary said Josh Brolin is a good friend of the family and he reminded Chris’ wife of how much he loved this song so she put it out. He said they’ll have a song he did there at Sirius on the album too.