Soundgarden’s Webster Hall Show Will Air on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM Channel
Tonight, Soundgarden will perform their classic 1994 album Superunknown in its entirety at Webster Hall in a special intimate show. The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that the show will also be aired on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM station on June 13 at 10 PM ET. The channel, 101 on SiriusXM, will host a concert for the first time.
Additionally, Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell appeared on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast to discuss all things Soundgarden and Superunknown. Cornell spoke about the band’s hit, “Black Hole Sun,” and how surprised he was it became an international hit. “It’s not anthemic. It’s extremely dark. It’s very esoteric,” he said. “It’s stream-of-consciousness lyrics that I don’t know what they mean. I don’t know what Paul Anka thinks it means, but he sings the shit out of it.”
Additional topics include Cornell’s youth in Seattle listening to The Beatles, progressive music, his sobriety and Soundgarden’s life after Superunknown, among others.
Listen to the full podcast here.