#TBT – May 18th

Happy #ThrowbackThursday! Tonight’s official #THROWBACKTRACK is “Spoonman” from Soundgarden’s 1994 album Superunknown.  We were all devastated to wake up to the news that last night singer Chris Cornell tragically took his own life.  In addition to Soundgarden’s current tour and festival headline gigs, Chris played with Temple Of The Dog late last year, their first run of shows in several years, and in January he appeared alongside his Audioslave bandmates for a one-off performance in Los Angeles.  Our thoughts go out to his close friends, family, and the entire music world who are dealing with the loss today.  Soundgarden was set to headline Friday night at Rock On The Range…the festival announced that they’d honor his memory all weekend and are in the process of realigning this weekend’s schedule.  Check out this week’s featured TBTs below:

MONDAY [5/15]: Chevelle – “Send The Pain Below” from their 2002 album Wonder What’s Next.  They’ll play the mainstage Friday night at Rock On The Range.  Signed editions of their latest album The North Corridor, plus limited copies of other releases are still available RIGHT HERE.

TUESDAY [5/16]: Bush – “Machinehead” from their 1996 debut album Sixteen Stone.  They’ll play the mainstage in the early evening Friday at Rock On The Range.  Bush’s seventh studio album Black And White Rainbows came out in March.  Singer Gavin Rossdale gave an exclusive interview at the Grammy Museum recently and you can unlock the footage by Shazaming the band’s current single “Mad Love”.  Find out more RIGHT HERE.

WEDNESDAY [5/17]: Korn – “Freak On A Leash” from their 1998 album Follow The Leader.  They’ll headline the mainstage at Rock On The Range Saturday night!  After calling off most of their gigs this May due to quote: “unforeseen circumstances”, the band had to cancel their appearance at last weekend’s Pointfest in St. Louis because singer Jonathan Davis was in desperate need of some vocal rest.  We’re hoping he’s taking the time to relax and get better so they can melt some faces this weekend in Columbus at Rock On The Range.

FRIDAY [5/12]: Lenny Kravitz – “Fly Away” from his album 5 released ON THIS DAY in 1998.  Looks like Lenny is expanding his professional career into interior design…in an exclusive video for Women’s Wear Daily, he told them what inspired his designs at 75 Kenmare, it’s the first full building Kravitz has designed in New York City.