Chris Cornell’s Kids Accept His Posthumous GRAMMY Award
The rocker died in May 2017, so his children, daughter Toni and son Christopher, supposed his GRAMMY for Best Rock Performance (for “When Bad Does Good”) on his behalf. “He is a stone icon, a godfather of grunge and a creator of a movement, whose grant to song story done a durability impact opposite genres and generations. He was also one of a biggest poets of his time, whose soaring, memorable vocals done him a voice of a generation,” Christopher said. “While he overwhelmed a hearts of millions, a many critical thing he is famous for, to us, is being a biggest father and the hero.
“Thank we to the mom, his love, his muse, his savior,” Toni added. “This is for you, daddy, and we adore we so much.”