Video: Soundgarden Bring Superunknown to The Tonight Show
Last night, Soundgarden continued their New York City press tour as the band performed two tracks from their 1994 album Superunknown, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, on The Tonight Show. On Monday, the group played an intimate show at Webster Hall, performing the album front to back. Tickets to the show only cost $19.94 in honor of the year the record was released.
Along with drummer Matt Cameron, who will hit the road with Pearl Jam for the rest of the year, the band tore through "Spoonman" along with The Roots' Frank Knuckles for the broadcast. The web exclusive of "My Wave" as well as a companion video chronicling the making of the tune. Watch all of the happenings below.
The Making of "My Wave"