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Posted on May 15, 2014 11:58 am
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has officially been granted his very own TV show, set to air on HBO channel during the winter schedule.
The show will expand the idea behind Dave's "Sound City" documentary and see the frontman visiting and recording music at a number of iconic studios.
As Classic Rock reports, the list of the studios Grohl will pay a visit to includes Steve Albini's (Nirvana, Page & Plant) Electrical Audio studio in Chicago, Don Zientara's Inner Ear studios (Fugazi, Henry Rollins' S.O.A., Grohl's Scream) in Washington DC, Rancho De La Luna studios (QOTSA, Arctic Monkeys, Mark Lanegan) in California, as well as studios in New York, Seattle and Nashville.
Some of the featured musicians include the likes of KISS frontman Paul Stanley, Nancy Wilson of Heart, the Eagles' guitarist Joe Walsh and Dischord Records boss Ian MacKaye.
Speaking of Joe Walsh, the guitarist has recently confirmed his guest spot on the upcoming Foo Fighters album. "I was a Foo Fighter for two days, I joined the Foo Fighters for two days and I played on a track of theirs that's gonna come out," he told Billboard.