Start praising the Rock Gods, because Foo Fighters mastermind Dave Grohl officially has his own show on television.
The as-yet-untitled series essentially features the Nirvana drummer traveling to different recording studios to record awesome things, find awesome history about said studios and interview some of the awesome artists who have also recorded at said awesome studios.
Did we mention…this is awesome?
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Word on the street is that Grohl has already talked to Paul Stanley of Kiss, Heart’s Nancy Wilson and Ian MacKay of Fugazi, so the list of guests is already as impressive as it should be.
This new series comes a little more than a year after the release of Sound City, the 2013 documentary produced and directed by Grohl that details the history of Sound City Studios, located in Van Nuys, California.
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Grohl isn’t the first rocker to cross over into film. Fright maestro Rob Zombie has been at it for years, and guitar god Slash recently started his Slasher Films project. While both of them have stuck close to horror genres, it’s nice to see a musician seamlessly blend their love for music and cinema.
So far the series is expected to run as part of HBO’s winter schedule, which means we can’t wait to find a way to stream it online, er…legally.
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