Howard Stern Reveals Chris Cornell Creepy About Kurt Cobain

Howard Stern Discusses Chris Cornell In New Interview

Howard Stern discussed what Chris Cornell told him about Kurt Cobain in a new ABC interview to promote his new book, Howard Stern Comes Again. The book mostly consists of transcripts from past interviews. Cornell and Cobain both died by suicide in 2017 and 1994.

During Howard’s interview with George Stephanopolous:

“If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to get in the head of Steve Martin, or Ellen DeGenerous, or so many of these people, there’s over 140 people in this book. There’s touching moments from guys like Chris Cornell. Before he committed suicide, he was talking to me about Kurt Cobain from Nirvana. He said, ‘Why didn’t Kurt just wait six more months? If he could have held on, maybe his whole world would have changed.’ I mean crazy stuff.”

Duff McKagan’s Wife Donates $8,500 To MusiCares Charity!

Duff McKagan’s Wife Susan Holmes McKagan reveals that she donated $8,500 to the MusiCares charity along with a portion of her proceeds from her new book “The Velvet Rose.”

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AND WON!!! ❤️Got to #SaveALife @musicares concert event the other night, w/my wonderful hubby @officialduffmckagan 💞🎸Donated again this year another $8500 to #MusiCares as well as a portion of the proceeds of my new best selling book #TheVelvetRose also benefit to help this hands on cause (those battling addiction, hiv/Aids, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and more).. You can help out too (no amount too small or big) And don’t forget to ➡️ Purchase your copy of 📘📚🌹🎸The Velvet Rose novel here: 🎸📘❣️And also be sure and check out #DuffMcKagan #SignedGuitar and my #SignedBook now up on EBay and all money goes to this incredible cause!! Go to my stories and swipe up to shop 🙂 #GiveBack • 📷: @enagorner • • • #susanholmesmckagan #duff #gunsnroses #gnfnr #McKaganFam #savealife #soberaf #lamf #fenderbass #bidnow #buythebook #amazonbooks #amazonmusic #amazonkindle #seattle #macklemore

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The charity is meant for musicians to have a place to turn in times of financial, personal, or medical crisis, its primary purpose is to focus the resources and attention of the music industry on human service issues which directly impact the health and welfare of the music community. The foundation’s programs include emergency financial assistance, addiction recovery, outreach and leadership activities, and senior housing

MusiCares also offers hearing clinics backstage at several major festivals around the U.S. to help musicians protect their ears. Since 1989, MusiCares has distributed more than $48 million to artists in need.