Following the history of “grunge” is like following the history of modern music. The rise to fame, the politics, the nostalgia — it all plays out in a pseudo-saga that has come to influence the way we think and feel about music and music icons today.
Well, here’s a chance to own a small part of that story: Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Audioslave, Temple of the Dog) is selling his custom Harley Davidson FXR to benefit the Chris and Vicky Cornell Foundation to benefit vulnerable children. As an added bonus, a meet-and-greet is included with the purchase.
You can view the specifications of the bike (and also buy it for $35k) at the Luminary Lane website.