"Chris Cornell still possesses the best voice in rock music... this `Songbook' is open and it's worth reading again and again because the author is one of the most important artists to ever walk the face of the earth." -- ArtistDirect.com
"Cornell...carried the entire show with ease, demonstrating just how capable he is of commanding a stage all by himself. He was an absolute powerhouse, belting out songs with a voice that rocked the rafters." -- Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"It was a powerful concert, gathering momentum and stoking more emotion as it progressed." -- Boston Herald
"Sometimes you don't recognize the full power of a voice until you strip everything away from it. Such was the case with Chris Cornell's drop dead great show at Town Hall last night....the approach served to reveal both the full force, and the utter control, of his singing... as well as how rare his timbre remains." -- New York Daily News
"The two-hour, nearly two-dozen-song performance was a master class in the fine art of solo performance... he wove tender folk-tinged ballads, hard-rock torch songs, and soaring anthems into a cohesive whole, telling a few tales in between, `Storytellers'-style." -- Boston Globe
2011 live acoustic album from the Rock vocalist and former frontman for Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple Of The Dog. In addition to being one of the most acclaimed voices in rock, he stands in a class of his own as a songwriter whose works have reached limitless audiences, the world over. Familiar songs emerge in a new context, showing that great songwriting translates to any idiom. Includes 'Black Hole Sun', 'Scar On The Sky', 'I Am The Highway' and many others.