In court documents, the surviving members of Soundgarden also reveal they learned of Cornell’s death on social media.
Joey Kramer’s efforts to rejoin Aerosmith for their MusiCares and Grammy performances have been rebuffed.
The band’s longtime drummer was asked to audition to a click track to prove he was “able to play at an appropriate level.”
Following his recent ban from GN’R shows, Rick Dunsford has been issued a cease-and-desist letter.
The case filed originally filed by a massage therapist will be dismissed with prejudice.
The two parties originally announced a settlement in September.
Now working in collaboration, they’ve announced the formation of the Tom Petty Legacy, LLC.
The copyright infringement suit asks for $15 million in damages.
The collection of suits seeks to recover $14.4 million spent by Fyre Media and Billy McFarland.
The claim stems from the singer’s recent interview with GQ in which he mentioned “reverse engineering” Marvin Gaye for “Blurred Lines”.
A dispute has arisen over who has the rights to music that was recorded shortly before Chris Cornell’s death.
The singer has made it a habit of taking the stage up to two hours later than initially advertised.