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Soundgarden Play Secret Show In Seattle

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Playing under the name Nudedragons, the original members of Soundgarden played their first live show together since 1997 in their hometown of Seattle on Friday Night (4/16).

Playing under the name Nudedragons, the original members of Soundgarden played their first live show together since 1997 in their hometown of Seattle on Friday Night (4/16). The setlist included a number of the band’s 90’s grunge hits, including “Spoonman,” “Fell On Black Days,” “Pretty Noose,” “Outshined,” and “Blow Up The Outside World.” According to King5.com, at Soundgarden’s request, the Showbox was very tight-lipped about tonight’s performance. No cameras, and no word on how many tickets were released. Vocalist Chris Cornell, guitarist Kim Thayil, bassist Ben Shepherd and drummer Matt Cameron have been rehearsing in Seattle in recent weeks as a precursor to their first confirmed reunion performance at Lollapalooza in Chicago in early August. The rest of Soundgarden’s plans, including more shows or a full tour, remain in the dark right now. Drummer Matt Cameron also has summertime commitments with PEARL JAM, of which he has been a member for 12 years. Cornell recorded three albums with Audioslave and three records on his own since Soundgarden disbanded in 1997.