As the weather begins warming up, more international performers are announcing shows in Israel. The latest are Chris Cornell, the former leader of Soundgarden and Audioslave, and Ian Brown, the former singer for '90s post punk band Stone Roses. Cornell will be playing at the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds on June 17, while Brown will perform at the same venue on May 31. Cornell founded Soundgarden, one of Seattle's premier bands, in 1984, and achieved mega-success with 1994's album Superunknown. In 2001, Cornell formed the hard-rocking Audioslave with former members of Rage Against the Machine. A well-received solo album released last year included a remake of Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean." Brown has enjoyed a moderately successful solo career since heading The Stone Roses, including a 2007 collaboration with Sinead O'Connor.