Rock ‘n roll workaholic Dave Grohl’s latest project is his new documentary Sound City, which tells the story of the storied L.A. recording studio of the same name. The project has brought him together with a long list of rock stars, both for interviews in the film and music-making for its soundtrack. And one of them happens to be a Beatle.
With the Foo Fighters effectively on hiatus, Dave Grohl and his GRAMMY-winning rock band are still busier than ever.
Sound City, Dave Grohl‘s highly anticipated full-length documentary about a storied Los Angeles recording studio, will make its public premiere at the annual Sundance Film Festival in Utah this month.
Dave Grohl’s ‘Sound City Players’ To Include Smear, Hawkins, Novoselic, Wilk, Nicks, Fogerty And More
The Sundance Film Festival is about to be rocked. As previously reported, Dave Grohl’s Sound City film, a documentary about the storied L.A. studio, will make its public premiere at the annual festival.
From Cornell’s tweets, we can gather the Grohl-directed “By Crooked Steps” video takes place, at least in part, in a biker bar where Sons Of Anarchy-style leather jackets and motorcycle helmets set the tone for this scene.
Looking for that perfect party playlist for your kinda fancy holiday party? We’ve got what you need! From Blink 182 covering a popular ’70s sitcom theme to DJ Z-Trip cutting up classic rock, here are ten tunes to keep any cocktail party hopping.
Reportedly Paul McCartney and Dave Grohl will “jam with some mates” of the former Nirvana drummer.
Foo Fighters, Red Hot Chili Peppers And Coldplay Represent Rock On Forbes’ Highest-Paid Musicians List
While it’s headphones and classic rock nostalgia that generated the most scratch of them all, a few of your alt-rock favorites made enough millions to place on the annual list of music’s most successful money-makers.
When it comes to making that really big money, it literally pays to sing for classic rock acts like the Rolling Stones, U2 and the Rolling Stones. But nothing generates more money that once singing for the Beatles, that’s for sure.
Sub Pop founder Bruce Pavitt has unearthed dozens of previously unseen pictures of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana during the band’s fateful 1989 European tour in a very cool new e-book.