Large Choir Sings “Black Hole Sun”: A Moving Tribute to Chris Cornell

They paid trib­ute to Prince last year. Now they’re doing the same for Chris Cor­nellChoir!Choir!Choir!–a group that meets week­ly and sings their hearts out in Toronto–got togeth­er and sang Soundgar­den’s 1994 hit, “Black Hole Sun.” Turn up your speak­ers, await the goose­bumps, and even­tu­al­ly wipe away a tear.

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