Chris Cornell Wins "Best Rock Performance" Award For "When Bad Does Good"

February 10, 2019

Late Soundgarden/Audioslave/Temple of the Dog frontman Chris Cornell was the posthumous winner of the "Best Rock Performance" Grammy for his solo single, "When Bad Does Good."

This marks Cornell's third Grammy award and sixteenth nomination following his wins for "Best Hard Rock Performance" with "Black Hole Sun" and "Best Metal Performance" with "Spoonman" at the 37th annual awards in 1994.

Also in the running for "Best Rock Performance" for the 2019 Grammys were:

"Four Out Of Five" by Arctic Monkeys
"Made An America" by THE FEVER 333
"Highway Tune" by Greta Van Fleet
"Unconfortable" by Halestorm