Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell, who was on tour in Detroit, died last night. He was 52. Today, Austin musicians and music industry folks took to social media to share memories of Cornell and the impact his band had on their lives, along with photos and clips from their favorite performances. Here are some of their posts.

RIP Chris Cornell. Your voice was a guide for me. Honored to have this memory and we will always remember you…. https://t.co/L7DyBkAtbm

— GhostlandObservatory (@OfficialGLO) May 18, 2017

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R.I.P. Chris Cornell. Your voice helped soundtrack some of the most important years of my life. #chriscornell pics from 2013 pic.twitter.com/2myYnyu3lB

— Soundcheck Magazine (@SoundcheckMag) May 18, 2017

RIP Chris Cornell. We wouldn't be who we are without who you were.https://t.co/lnB6TuNsX5 pic.twitter.com/2kxYJxqf6V

— 101X (@101x) May 18, 2017

PHOTOS: From the archives: Chris Cornell in Austin

Grateful I had the opportunity of photographing #ChrisCornell back in 2015 @acllive #sadday pic.twitter.com/2I98s6fsgn

— Suzanne Cordeiro (@SuzanneCordeiro) May 18, 2017

Soundgarden – My Wave (Remastered Audio) https://t.co/wVn2GZk90s

— Trevin (@trevin101x) May 18, 2017

I was able to see Soundgarden perform Superunknown from front-to-back at ACL Live in 2014. That was a show. RIP @ChrisCornell pic.twitter.com/QsyHcxTKEE

— ATX Lawrence (@CovertCuriosity) May 18, 2017

Garden of Sound … Just memories now https://t.co/NWg2fsx4U3

— Colleen Fischer (@e4thequeen) May 18, 2017

Chris Cornell of Soundgarden performs at The Guitar Center Sessions at the Starr Builidng rooftop at SXSW on Friday March 14, 2014. JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

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