Queens of the Stone Age mainman Josh Homme and former Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan were confirmed as special guests of "Portlandia" IFC comedy series' new 10-episode season. As Radio.com reports, the show is already well-known for rocker cameos, previously featuring guest appearances from Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder and White Stripes frontman Jack White. The show's fourth season is scheduled to kick off on February 27 and will also include cameos from the likes of Wilco's Jeff Tweedy, Michael Nesmith of the Monkee, Dead Kennedys' Jello Biafra, Tunde Adebempe of TV on the Radio, K.D. Lang, St. Vincent and duo Tuck and Patti. "Whether there is no shortage of celebrities who want to visit Portland, or 'Portlandia' has an endless number of friends, it's good news for IFC viewers and we're once again blown away by the creativity and talent this show brings to our air every season," said IFC President and General Manager Jennifer Caserta.
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