Fairness Rocks News Soundgarden ‘Exploring a Possible Resolution’ with Chris Cornell’s Widow in Royalty Dispute


Fairness Rocks News Soundgarden ‘Exploring a Possible Resolution’ with Chris Cornell’s Widow in Royalty Dispute

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Author: Colin Cohen

Date: January 15, 2020

Original Source: Digital Music News

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Soundgarden ‘Exploring a Possible Resolution’ with Chris Cornell’s Widow in Royalty Dispute

A new filing in the lawsuit between the widow of Chris Cornell and Soundgarden indicates that their dispute over unpaid royalties may soon be resolved.

Last month, Vicky Cornell filed the suit in the Miami Division of the U.S. District Court’s Southern District of Florida. She is accusing the surviving members of Soundgarden — Kim Thayil, Matt Cameron and Hunter Benedict Shepherd — and business manager Rit Venerus of not paying her royalties. The defendants are accused of attempting to force her to hand over unreleased recordings Cornell made before he committed suicide in May of 2017.

Read more: https://www.digitalmusicnews.com/2020/01/15/soundgarden-possible-resolution-chris-cornell-widow/