- Chris Cornell, 52, died Wednesday in Detroit
- The Audioslave and Soundgarden frontman was touring
- He was slate to headline the 2017 Rocklahoma festival
- Rocklahoma organizers said they were "speechless", scroll down for full statement
Representative Brian Bumbery told the AP in a statement that Cornell's "sudden and unexpected" death happened Wednesday in Detroit. He had been touring, the AP reported.
About 14 hours later, the medical examiner reported Cornell committed suicide.
Cornell was expected to headline with Soundgarden at the 2017 Rocklahoma festival a little over a week after his death.
Rocklahoma organizers made this statement:
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