• Sat, Jul 4, 2020

Chris Cornell wins Grammy for best rock performance 2019

Feb 11, 02:08pm

The legendary musician's memory lived on with this tribute and honour at the Grammy Awards 2019
 Photo Courtesy: Google Images

Chris Cornell won the Grammy for best rock performance with “When Bad Does Good”. He was announced as the winner by Jamaican-born reggae artist Shaggy at  the Grammys’ televised segment. His children, 14-year old daughter Toni and his 13-year old son Christopher accepted the award on his behalf with an emotional speech about their legendary father, while they acknowledged his contirbution to the world of music acorss genres and generations.



Cornell's widow, Vicky Cornell, was also present at the ceremony. The award comes as a great tribute to his memory for fans all around the world.


Watch and listen to the song "When Bad Does Good" below:


Facebook twitter Google Plus Pinterest

Leave a comment

Recommended Stories

Josh Homme take on Johny Cash version of Rusty Cage at Chris Cornell tribute is the best ever!

Watch Josh Homme play his version of Soundgarden's Rusty Cage at the Chris Cornell tribute

Jan 18, 2019