Chris Cornell did an amazing job paying tribute to the late Whitney Houston during a performance at a fundraiser for President Barack Obama last night. Cornell, the frontman for the band Soundgarden and a renowned solo artist, wowed the crowd with his rendition of Houston's hit 'I Will Always Love you.'

If you're a fan of Cornell, it should come as no surprise that he belted out his own rendition of the Houston classic. Cornell, who is primarily known as 90's grunge singer, has a broad musical diversity, which includes a fantastic remake of the Michael Jackson hit 'Billy Jean.'

Cornell also performed the  ‘Redemption Song’ (Bob Marley), ‘Imagine’ (John Lennon) and ‘Peace, Love, and Understanding’ (Nick Lowe) during the set, as well as two songs from the band 'Audioslave,' which he was also the lead singer for.