Dave Grohl has confirmed that he will be visiting Australia to help promote his documentary Sound City. As reported by The Daily Telegraph, Grohl will be touching down in Australia in March to coincide with the release of the doco’s soundtrack, Sound City – Reel To Reel. Last week Music Feeds reported that Grohl might
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Foo Fighter frontman Dave Grohl is almost ready to unveil his directorial documentary debut Sound City. To help promote the doco, Grohl has put together an all-star live band called the Sound City Players. As reported by Consequence of Sound, Grohl has enlisted a group of core musicians and some special guests from the upcoming
The moment we’ve all been hearing about has now made its way onto YouTube. At the very recent 12.12.12 charity event, Nirvana’s surviving members fronted by Sir Paul McCartney formed on stage to perform an original track Cut Me Some Slack. So as strange as Nirvana would sound with Paul singing, it still would have
Nirvana have played their first show in almost 20 years, fronted by none other than Sir Paul McCartney. Former Nirvana bandmates Pat Smear, Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl took to the stage together with the former Beatle to debut the new song Cut Me Some Slack during 12.12.12: The Concert for Sandy Relief The new
A few weeks ago Music Feeds reported on Musical Memories, an ongoing series brought to you from Dave Grohl’s incredible looking forthcoming documentary Sound City Movie, in which some of the most legendary figures in the industry think back and recall their first interaction with music.
Since February when Slipknot’s Corey Taylor publicly acknowledged that he had collaborated with Dave Grohl as part of a documentary spearheaded by the Foo Fighters’ frontman about the storied recording studio, Sound City, Music Feeds has been excitedly following the doco’s progression.