The late Chris Cornell’s 15-year-old daughter, Toni Cornell, carried out an acoustic rendition of the Temple of the Canine basic “Starvation Strike” throughout a livestream that raised funds for COVID-19 aid efforts.

Toni’s efficiency happened over the weekend as a part of the three-day “Music Lives” fund-raising livestream hosted by streaming platform LiveXLive (previously Slacker Radio). {The teenager} was launched by former MTV veejay Matt Pinfield, who remarked that Toni’s father was “one of many biggest rock singers of all time.”

Earlier than starting the music, Toni stated, “I’m sitting in my dad’s studio throughout this loopy time and I’m going to sing considered one of my favourite songs for you. I like you daddy and I hope I do that some justice.”

From there, Toni sang an attractive model of “Starvation Strike”, hitting some large vocal notes as she additionally performed acoustic guitar. A poster of her father on the wall behind her made the efficiency much more touching.

Temple of the Canine have been a gaggle made up of members of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam, with the band serving as a tribute to late Mom Love Bone singer Andrew Wooden. “Starvation Strike” was famously sung by Chris Cornell and Eddie Vedder, and appeared on the outfit’s lone 1991 album. In 2016, the band reunited for a tour to rejoice the 25th anniversary of the LP.

In September of final yr, Toni launched a single known as “Far Away Locations” that her dad helped produce previous to his demise in 2017. She beforehand launched a duet of her and Chris singing the Prince-penned “Nothing Compares 2 U”, and carried out Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” in tribute to her father and Chester Bennington on Good Morning America.

Proceeds from this previous weekend’s “Music Lives” livestream benefitted the MusiCares COVID-19 Aid Fund. Watch Toni Cornell’s efficiency within the Tweet under.





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