For those of us in Seattle (and the world) who are mourning the sudden, tragic passing of Chris Cornell, local radio station KEXP has been a godsend for getting us through this tough day. And tomorrow, they'll be paying tribute to the beloved Seattle musician all day long for their annual "Six Degrees" day of programming—featuring a full day of "on-the-fly” music curation by KEXP on-air hosts John Richards, Cheryl Waters, and Kevin Cole. Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog, and Audioslave will be on heavy rotation, and the idea of "six degrees" is that each song played will somehow be linked to the song before it.
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