Late Soundgarden vocalist Chris Cornell’s official account has shared a new video in which Tony Cornell, who is the 15-year-old daughter of Chris, is singing a song for the recent charity campaign of MusiCares.
Toni appeared in her late father’s home studio to perform an acoustic cover of Temple of the Dog’s 1991 classic ‘Hunger Strike‘ for the benefit of the coronavirus pandemic relief.
In addition, the 15-year-old said that all proceeds from the performance would go to MusiCares to help people affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Most of the followers stopped in the comment section to show their reaction to her meaningful performance and said that she would have made her father proud If he were alive.
Here’s what Toni said:
“Hi, I’m Toni Cornell, sitting in my dad’s studio during this crazy time. I’m gonna sing one of my favorite songs for you guys. I love you daddy and I hope I do this some justice.”
A Twitter user named SmittysMusic commented and said:
“Your dad would have been super proud of that performance. Well done 👍”
Another fan named justfinethanx wrote:
“This brought me to tears. She is in a category of her own.”
Check out the Twitter video below.
Watch Chris’s 15 year old daughter, Toni Cornell‘s cover of #HungerStrike from her dad’s home studio for @livexlive with @mattpinfield. All proceeds going to @MusiCares. #covid19relieffund pic.twitter.com/UIVA6RPda9
— Chris Cornell (@chriscornell) April 19, 2020