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Report: Linkin Park's Chester Bennington Could Be Buried Next To Friend Chris Cornell

The startling death of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington at age 41 is still being processed the globe over. According to a new report, Bennington’s final resting place may ultimately be next to another rock titan that left us too soon. 176 more words

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Hollywood And Music Legends Honor The Memory Of Chris Cornell At His L.A. Memorial Service

The gut punch of Chris Cornell’s death on May 18 hasn’t really gone away. That’s one of the miserable things about loss. You’re left with a missing piece. 307 more words

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Chris Cornell Laid To Rest In Hollywood Forever Cemetery

HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA.com/AP) — Music’s elite and celebrities remembered Chris Cornell at a somber memorial service Friday at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery that focused on the Soundgarden frontman’s love of family and friends as much as it did on his musical achievements as one of rock’s leading voices. 467 more words


Soundgarden Frontman Chris Cornell's Funeral Will Be Friday In LA

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell will be buried Friday in Los Angeles, according to attorney Kirk Pasich.

Pasich said Cornell will be buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in a private service. 174 more words


Chris Cornell Will Be Buried At Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Following his tragic death last week, the AP reports that Chris Cornell will be buried in Los Angeles’ Hollywood Forever Cemetery after a private funeral this coming Friday, 6/26. 181 more words

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La Santa Cecilia Estrena Nuevo Álbum

Hace pocos días, el Hollywood Forever Cemetery fue testigo del exitoso lanzamiento del nuevo álbum audiovisual de la Santa Cecilia titulado, “Amar y Vivir”. Después de cinco años los integrantes de la banda regresan a los escenarios mejor que nunca. 146 more words


Hurray For The Riff Raff/Kera & The Lesbians—Hollywood Forever—13March17

I’ve tried to listen to the putative renaissance of protest music in the Tr**p-era, but the songs  I’ve heard have generally been a sorry lot, too specific and straining for relevancy, the playlists feeling like musical versions of cable news roundtables, only instead of argument there was a bothersome one-upmanship, each song trying to outdo the others in angry sincerity. 610 more words