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Fans Notice Something Strange About Chris Cornell During His Last Shows

Chris Cornell, frontman for Soundgardern and Audioslave, died after a Wednesday concert at the Fox Theatre in Detroit. The 52-year-old was found unresponsive in his hotel bathroom. Officials determined that the cause of death was suicide, as reported by the Associated Press.

Cornell was the lead singer and guitarist of Soundgarden, one of the largest 1990s grunge bands, according to Rolling Stone.

But it was Cornell’s wide-ranging and distinctive vocals that led to his title as the voice of a generation. And when Soundgarden announced its latest tour, fans jumped at the chance to see their idol perform.

In fact, the scheduled shows in Ohio and Colorado were sold out.

However, during Cornell’s final few performances before his sudden death, fans noticed something was “off” about the rock star.

While watching Soundgarden’s May 7 show at the Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis, Tennessee, fans were not only taken aback by Cornell’s demeanor, but also by his surprisingly underwhelming performance.

Cornell apparently did not deliver:

“His energy was just off. He seemed like he was just going through the motions on stage and not really present.”

Lauri Goodling, editor at Independent Journal Review, saw the Sunday night show and said the following:

“He wasn’t late on stage, but he literally rolled in 15 minutes before his performance. He wasn’t even part of the festival environment at all. We were there for four different performers before Soundgarden came on stage, and that’s the only bus we saw pull up so late.”

However, Goodling said she figured his conduct was due to one of two causes:

“When we saw his state, we thought it was probably because he was messed up. He was either super strung-out on drugs or he was acting mentally ill.”

Goodling also noted some of the comments made throughout the show, but it took a dark turn when he had a bizarre exchange with an audience member:

“It’s unclear how it started, but it seemed to follow Cornell throwing a guitar pick into the crowd. He pointed to a fan and said something along the lines of, ‘You better watch out, man. I could throw a drumstick out there and hit you in the eye and it could go right through to your brain.’

My boyfriend and I looked at each other like, ‘What in the world?’ It was very strange. We left shortly after.”

Aside from Cornell’s behavior, fans noticed his singing was disheartening. And for an artist renown for his vocal abilities, fans weren’t sticking around:

“His voice was way off that night. People were leaving early…”

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