SINGER CHRIS CORNELL’S DEATH RULED A SUICIDE

As reported earlier, singer Chris Cornell passed away yesterday. There were questions raised as to whether the death was a possible suicide, as the vocalist was found with with a band around his neck.

Unfortunately, a new report by the Associated Press, reveals that to be the case. The medical examiner determined that singer did die as a result of suicide by hanging.

Cornell played his final, sold-out performance with band Soundgarden on Wednesday night in Detroit. He reportedly ended the set by singing a cover of Led Zeppelin’s In My Time of Dying which include the lyrics, “In my time of dying, I want nobody to mourn/All I want for you to do is take my body home.”

Cornell leaves behind a wife and three children. He had one child, Lillian Jean, in 2000, with his first wife Soundgarden manager Susan Silver. They divorced in 2004, and then in the same year, he married Vicky Karayiannis. Together, they had two children, a daughter in 2004, and a son in 2005. In the philanthropic realm, the couple co-founded the Chris and Vicky Cornell Foundation to support homeless, abused and impoverished children.

additional sources: people.com and billboard.com

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  • robert davenport on

    rtunes68 is dead on correct when saying he is a stranger to us ! no one can judge this guy -if your in emotional pain feeling hopeless and on drugs with nasty side effects my god anything might happen –
    I will not be surprised at all if this turns out to be accidental and that prescription drugs played a part in it


  • craig on

    A very sad day. SEASONS is one of my favorite songs of all time!


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