"Like A Stone"

Audioslave was an American rock supergroup formed in Los Angeles in 2001. The four-piece band consisted of Soundgarden lead singer/rhythm guitarist Chris Cornell and Rage Against the Machine members Tom Morello (lead guitar), Tim Commerford (bass/backing vocals), and Brad Wilk (drums). Critics first described Audioslave as a combination of Soundgarden and Rage Against the Machine, but by the band's second album, Out of Exile, it was noted that they had established a separate identity.[1] Audioslave's sound was created by blending 1970s hard rock with 1990s alternative rock. Moreover, Morello incorporated his well-known, unconventional guitar solos into the mix. As with Rage Against the Machine, the band prided themselves on the fact that all sounds on their albums were produced using only guitar, bass, drums, and vocals.

Burning Bridges is a multi-talented group of musicians from the Joliet area reforming with its current lineup in 2017. The band is unique in that its members span several generations in both ages and musical genres, and have diverse professional backgrounds from accountant, business owner, professional music instructor, to a Grammy Award winning studio engineer. Burning Bridges performs classic to current rock and has shared the stage with both national and local acts like Everclear, Marcy Playground, Local H, Jimi Sohns & the Shadows of Knight, Semple, Kashmir, and Blackened. Check them out at www.Facebook.com/BurningBridgesRockChicago

Members include:

Mark Scherf, Lead vocals and guitar

Nick Ledesma, Lead guitar and vocals

Bill Thorpe, Bass guitar and vocals

Bob Bostanche, Drums & percussion

Special Thanks: Nick Ledesma for engineering this track and to John Morrison, for filling in on Bass guitar and his assistance on engineering this track.

The Illinois Rock & Roll Museum on Route 66 is not related to any other museums or "hall of fame" anywhere.

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