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‘Total Shock’: Rockers Remember Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell

Skid Row's Sebastian Bach remembered when he and Cornell shared the stage at the same venue in 1992

The sudden death of Chris Cornell, the lead singer of rock bands Soundgarden and Audioslave, came as a shock to other rock stars, who took to the social media to express their grief. 

Legendary guitarists Jimmy Page and Joe Perry remembered Cornell, who was 52, as a great talent. Bush's Gavin Rossdale said he was saddened and in "total shock" about Cornell's death, which came hours after Cornell played a show in Detroit. 

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And Sebastian Bach, of the band Skid Row, noted that, in 1992, he and Cornell had shared the stage at the same venue.

Others reacted to Cornell's death as well.

Chris Cornell and Soundgarden perform in Detroit on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. Cornell was found dead hours after the performance ended.
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