Chris Cornell will join American Songwriter magazine's “Twitterview” on Monday October 31st at 3 PM CST to answer questions from fans.
To take part in the interview, simply log onto Twitter and follow American Songwriter @Amersongwriter and Chris Cornell @ChrisCornell or email Info@AmericanSongwriter.com and include your Twitter username.
Entries must be made by 5pm CST on Friday (October 28th).
Update: To see the full text of the Twitterview, go HERE.
October 27, 2011
Design a ‘Songbook’ tour poster for Chris Cornell
Design a tour poster for Chris Cornell's upcoming performance at Carnegie Hall in New York in support of his new release, Songbook – in stores November 21st. Use your creativity to capture the spirit and imtimacy of Songbook and produce an original piece of commemorative poster art. The winning design will become the official poster for Chris Cornell's first-ever performance at the legendary venue.
Songbook Full Track Listing: In-stores November 21st.
1.”As Hope and Promise Fade”
2. “Scar On The Sky”
3. “Call Me A Dog”
4. “Ground Zero”
5. “Can't Change Me”
6. “I Am The Highway”
7. “Thank You” (Led Zeppelin)
8. “Cleaning My Gun”
9. “Wide Awake”
10. “Fell On Black Days”
11. “All Night Thing”
12. “Doesn't Remind Me”
13. “Like A Stone”
14. “Black Hole Sun”
15. “Imagine” (John Lennon)
16. “The Keeper”
Critics Down Under Review Songbook Tour
“Cornell's voice is huge. It is a thing of beauty. It is effortless…positively transcendent; post-modern torch singing will never be better than this.” – Simon Sweetman, Dominion Post
“No wonder he got a standing ovation – he deserved every second of it.” – Chris Schulz, New Zealand Herald
“Chris Cornell is one of the greatest singers of our generation… tonight, his voice was at its pinnacle.” – Mod Wolf, FasterLouder
“The intensity of his voice enveloped the room…[he] stripped everything back to bare bones of voice and melody and created a night of rare beauty.” – Polly Coufos, The Australian
“There aren’t too many musicians who are welcomed on stage by a standing ovation and then exceed their audience’s high expectations with their performance. Last night, Chris Cornell proved he is one of those select few…a performance that won’t be forgotten anytime soon.” – Lindsey Cuthbertson, Brisbane Times
“Cornell banged out twenty-six songs in just under two-and-a-half hours, yet he still left the audience wanting more…one of those tours that people will be telling their grandchildren about.” – Brett Schewitz, Musicfeeds
October 21, 2011
Pre-order Chris Cornell’s ‘Songbook’ CD!
October 13, 2011
Win The Chance To Photograph A Chris Cornell Show!
October 11, 2011
Who’s Your Keeper? Win lyrics handwritten by Chris Cornell!