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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