Chris Cornell delivered his first post-Soundgarden album to Interscope Records last week, with early June now set for its release. This is a key project for the company, working with Cornell for the first time in the wake of its absorption of A&M.; . . .

The debut from the Chris Perez Band, fronted by the widower of murdered tejano star Selena, is due May 18 from Hollywood Records. It’s a bilingual collection produced by Julian Raymond (Fastball). . . .

Martin Lewis’ one-man show “Great Exploitations,” featuring his account of how he pulled a hoax concerning four alleged unreleased Beatles songs, will be at Genghis Cohen the first four Mondays of March. M.O.T., the Jewish rap duo, will open the shows.*