Chris Cornell wins Posthumous Grammy Award when family honors him on red carpet news today

Chris Cornell wins Posthumous Grammy Award when family honors him on red carpet news today

  • published: 11 February 2019
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Chris Cornell wins Posthumous Grammy Award when family honors him on red carpet – News Today, Chris Cornell's legacy lives on during the Grammy Awards of 2019. Cornell, who died in suicide in May 2017, was honored with a posthumous award in the best rock performance category for & # 39; When Bad Does Good & # 39 ;. Receive push notifications with news, features and more. Follow Follow You receive the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. To celebrate the win, Cornell & # 39; s widow Vicky Cornell and daughter Toni, 14, and son Christopher, 13, met on the red carpet on Sunday night. Toni paid tribute to her father by wearing a shirt with a picture of him. The late rocker was also a father of daughter Lily, 18. His two youngest children accepted the prize on behalf of their father. Cornell was not the only artist nominated posthumously for a prize. Mac Miller, who died in September, earned a nod in the best rap album category for his fifth studio album Swimming. Recording Academy President Neil Portnow told PEOPLE prior to announcing the nominees that their voting process allows to honor artists who have recently died, because they "really look at the music that is made and released in a particular year." "Unfortunately, sometimes we lose some of those artists for some reason," said Portnow, 70 years ago. "Sometimes, unfortunately, that's just going to happen." While Cornell's death was ruled suicide, his family declared that they did not believe Cornell to commit suicide. Vicky said she believes that the side effects of the recipe …

Chris Cornell wins Posthumous Grammy Award when family honors him on red carpet news today

  • published: 11 February 2019
  • views: 69

Chris Cornell wins Posthumous Grammy Award when family honors him on red carpet – News Today, Chris Cornell's legacy lives on during the Grammy Awards of 2019. Cornell, who died in suicide in May 2017, was honored with a posthumous award in the best rock performance category for & # 39; When Bad Does Good & # 39 ;. Receive push notifications with news, features and more. Follow Follow You receive the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. To celebrate the win, Cornell & # 39; s widow Vicky Cornell and daughter Toni, 14, and son Christopher, 13, met on the red carpet on Sunday night. Toni paid tribute to her father by wearing a shirt with a picture of him. The late rocker was also a father of daughter Lily, 18. His two youngest children accepted the prize on behalf of their father. Cornell was not the only artist nominated posthumously for a prize. Mac Miller, who died in September, earned a nod in the best rap album category for his fifth studio album Swimming. Recording Academy President Neil Portnow told PEOPLE prior to announcing the nominees that their voting process allows to honor artists who have recently died because they "really look at the music that is being made and released in a particular year." "Unfortunately, sometimes we lose some of those artists for some reason," said Portnow, 70 years ago. "Sometimes, unfortunately, that's just going to happen." While Cornell's death was ruled suicide, his family declared that they did not believe Cornell to commit suicide. Vicky said she believes that the side effects of the recipe …