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Natasha Shneider

Tuesday, 22nd May 1956 - Tuesday, 1st July 2008
Riga
Latvia


Moscow-born singer/songwriter who collaborated with former Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell and rock band Queens of the Stone Age. Shneider, her husband Alain Johannes, and Jack Irons formed the rock band Eleven in 1990. They released five albums, the best known of which was a 1993 self-titled disc for Disney's Hollywood Records. "Reach Out," a single from the set, became Eleven's only track to hit the Billboard charts, reaching No. 40 on the airplay-based Mainstream Rock list. Shneider and Johannes later recorded and toured with Queens of the Stone Age. Shneider died of cancer in New York City on July 1, 2008.


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