Chris Cornell, Duff McKagan to Perform with Mad Season for One-Off Show

Image Courtesy of Press Here PublicityGrunge supergroup Mad Season will breathe anew in Seattle for one night. Founding members Mike McCready and Barrett Martin will be joined by Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell and Guns n' Roses bassist Duff McKagen for a special show for the Seattle Symphony's "Sonic Evolution" concert series. The show will take place January 30, with tickets now available at

Mad Season was formed in 1994 by members of Pearl Jam guitarist McCready, Screaming Trees drummer Martin, bassist John Baker Saunders, and Alice in Chains frontman Layne Staley. The band recorded one album, Above, featuring the hit single, "River of Deceit." Following  Saunders' death in 1999, as well as Staley's continued ailing health, Mad Season broke up. Staley died in 2002.

In 2013, the surviving members of Mad Season released a deluxe edition of Above, featuring live cuts of the album, plus unreleased songs written and sung by Mark Lanegan. The band had planned a second album featuring Lanegan on lead vocals, but the record was never finished.

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