NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jun 3, 2014) -
Soundgarden Presented by Citi®
A concert exclusively for Citi cardmembers celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the band's award-winning album Superunknown. The band performed the album in its entirety for the only the second time in their career.
Webster Hall | New York, NY
Monday June 2, 2014
Citi offers Citi credit and debit cardmembers access to over 10,000 events annually through Citi Private Pass, the bank's entertainment access program. In 2013, Citi offered cardmembers more than 5,000 music events, ranging from preferred tickets and early access to top concert tours to curated special events with Grammy® award-winners and VIP experiences including pre-show performances and Q&A. Last year, Citi sponsored the Rolling Stones' 50 & Counting Tour mobile app. In addition, Citi presented "Katy Perry's: We Can Survive" benefit concert and exclusive cardmember pre-show experience at the famed Hollywood Bowl. Other experiences have featured artists such as Lady Gaga, Band of Horses, John Mayer, Lady Antebellum, and more.
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Soundgarden are internationally recognized as one of the world's most influential rock bands. With an exemplary career and GRAMMY®-winning catalog, the Seattle band started a transformation in rock music that inspired a generation. A gargantuan #1 hit upon its release on March 8, 1994, the album earned the band two GRAMMY® awards for singles "Black Hole Sun" and "Spoonman." Rolling Stone's David Fricke expounds: "The best albums define their time, then transcend it. Superunknown is an honest monument to its era and birthplace. Superunknown is also a heavy masterpiece of vision and backbone, a classic of American, progressive hard rock made by a band that, from the start, always aimed higher and farther than its scene, peers and competition." Selling over 9 million copies worldwide, the album was certified five times platinum by the RIAA in the United States, making it the band's most commercially successful album -- undeniably helping to redefine alternative and hard rock, leaving an indelible mark on the course of music history.