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. Adoring fans unable to make it […]
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. In addition, […]
‘Sir-vana’ Returns? Dave Grohl Forms All-Star Band To Play Sundance – But Doesn’t Reveal Its Members
All a Foo Fighters hiatus means is that Dave Grohl can divert his creativity and powerful promotional muscle to a new project. For the past five months the Foo fighters frontman has been successfully building […]
Shortly after the group’s “SNL” performance, the studio version of “Cut Me Some Slack” was released via “Sound City’s” official YouTube channel, and has now hit iTunes.
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.
Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi blew minds of New Jersey-ians. R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe came out of retirement. Eddie Vedder joined Roger Waters for a Pink Floyd classic. Kanye West wore a kilt – which soon got it’s own Twitter handle (and over 1,000 followers!). Jay-Z was a no-show. And, apparently, Paul McCartney has joined a new band… with the surviving members of Nirvana. It all was part of 12.12.12 The Concert For Sandy Relief benefitting the Robin Hood Foundation.
John Paul Jones played on the Foo Fighters’ 2005 album “In Your Honor” (playing mandolin on “Another Round” and piano on “Miracle”), and at the 2008 Grammys, he conducted an orchestra that backed the Foo Fighters on their performance of “The Pretender.” Grohl tells CBS Local that actually being in a band with the man meant a great deal to him.
Dave Grohl recently announced that the Foo Fighters were going on a little vacation. He’s spending some of that time working on his latest labor of love, a documentary film about the legendary recording studio Sound City.
Clearly, it was a departure for the Kennedy Center Honors. Now in it’s 35th year, the ceremony started out by paying tribute to cultural icons like Fred Astaire, Ella Fitzgerald and Tennessee Williams. In recent years, rock has been represented more and more at this prestigious event, with Paul McCartney, Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Elton John and Bruce Springsteen all collecting the Kennedy Center medallion. But past ceremonies probably never got as loud as this year’s.
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.