Due to an ongoing battle with laryngitis caused by flu, Chris Cornell (SOUNDGARDEN, ex-AUDIOSLAVE) has postponed yet another show this time at at the Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami, Florida. This is the fourth concert in a row that Cornell has canceled after apparently picking up the ailment while playing with SOUNDGARDEN on October 28 at The Voodoo Experience in New Orleans.So far the following shows have been scrapped: Nov. 02 - Nashville, TN - War Memorial Auditorium
Nov. 04 - Orlando, FL - Hard Rock Live
Nov. 05 - Tampa, FL - Tampa Theatre
Nov. 06 - Miami Beach, FL - Fillmore at Jackie Gleason Theater Cornell is scheduled to kick off his South American tour on November 9 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Although Cornell has been recording a new album with SOUNDGARDEN for the first time in 15 years, he continues to work as a solo artist as well. He told Spin.com how it's different from playing with a band. "An acoustic show is all about you, and any little nuance or mistake is amplified," Cornell explained. "I'm very nervous about it, but I love the intimacy. Once you sit in front of people and start playing songs, it's all on you. No matter what happens, it's entirely your responsibility the entire time. I like that intensity." Cornell told The Pulse Of Radio that he sees working with SOUNDGARDEN again as having a positive influence on his solo career. "One thing about a solo artist is you can just be in a room way too long with yourself and your own thoughts and your own songs, and it feels really good to be working with Ben (Shepherd, bassist) and Matt (Cameron, drummer) and Kim (Thayil, guitarist) again, and it's actually a really nice reprieve also from just being alone, doing what I do," he said. "It's helping with the balance, I think, too." Cornell has issued three solo albums. The last one, 2009's "Scream", was trashed by critics and fans for abandoning Cornell's rock roots for an urban pop sound.