SEETHER Frontman Stunned To Duet With AUDIOSLAVE Singer

Launch Radio Networks reports: SEETHER is nearing the end of its run as opening act on AUDIOSLAVE's North American tour, and frontman Shaun Morgan told Launch that AUDIOSLAVE singer Chris Cornell recently helped create one memory that will stay with Morgan for a long time. "About a week ago, Chris asked if I would do 'Fell on Black Days' with him, 'cause he comes out at the end of the set and does, like, a three-or-four-song solo thing and then the band comes in and finishes the set," he said. "So I've done it with him now three times and that, for me, has been incredible, being onstage, standing next to Chris Cornell, just him and an acoustic guitar, and we're both singing 'Fell on Black Days', which as a kid was one of my favorite songs and still is one of my favorite songs."

Cornell originally sang "Fell on Black Days" with his previous band, SOUNDGARDEN, on its 1994 "Superunknown" album.

SEETHER plays a headlining show tonight (Wednesday, November 16) in Sparks, Nevada, and opens two final shows for AUDIOSLAVE on Friday (November 18) in Long Beach, California and Saturday (November 19) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The band next heads to Europe as it continues supporting its 2005 sophomore effort, "Karma and Effect", and current single, "Truth".

Morgan told Launch that SEETHER will headline the 2006 Sno-Core Tour, set to begin in late January. SHINEDOWN and two yet-to-be-announced bands will also be on the bill.


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