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Seattle Mourns Chris Cornell
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19 May 2017 07:39 AM EST

Grief-stricken Chris Cornell fans left flowers at memorials across Seattle for the musician whose forceful, somber songs helped cement the city's place in rock history. One of the locations where people gathered was the Sound Garden art sculpture at a Seattle park, for which Cornell's band Soundgarden was named. "It's really sad that he could never find peace in his life," said Chad White, who came to the art display with his young son Ignatius to honor Cornell. A bench near the center of the sculpture was covered with flower arrangements, one of which included a note, "Say 'hello' to Heaven," a reference to a song written by Cornell for a musician friend who died decades ago.

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