It is so great to see one of Seattle’s greatest and most popular bands in the 90’s on the comeback trail after a long break. Along with playing Lollapalooza 2010, could the group launch a full scale tour as well as a big show at Bumbershoot? Stay tuned as we follow the adventures of Soundgarden. In my humble opinion, I think this is a band that still matters and could make some great records in the future. I wrote a little piece for examiner.com today…
After a 13 year hiatus, One of Seattle’s most storied and legendary bands, Soundgarden, returned to the stage playing the Showbox at the Market club Friday night (April 16), with a blistering 90 minute set that included some of the bands biggest numbers, Spoonman and Rusty Cage. To read the rest of the article go here.
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