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Chris Cornell Memorial Statue Planned for Seattle

Newsmax Thursday, 10 August 2017
A Chris Cornell memorial statue has been commissioned by the family of the late Soundgarden frontman, to be erected at a time and place in Seattle still to come.
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Cornell's Family Says "We Will Be Bringing Him Home" 00:32

Chris Cornell's legacy will live on. The late Soundgarden singer's family has commissioned a memorial statue in his honor to be placed in his hometown of Seattle, Washington. Cornell's widow, Vicky, announced the plans in an interview with The Seattle Times on Wednesday. The family has hired artist...

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