More sounds from the upcoming 'Sound City Reel to Reel' album have been released. Rocker and film director Dave Grohl has teamed with Slipknot's Corey Taylor, Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick and bassist Scott Reeder to create 'From Can to Can't,' a soaring rock ballad that will transcend one back to 2002 when everything on the radio was thick with heartache power chords and thin on melody.
After premiering at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 18, Dave Grohl's 'Sound City' documentary will be released to theaters in cities across the country. The one-night-only event will take place in over 40 cities on Jan. 31, with additional one-night showings on Feb. 1, Feb. 7, Feb. 15, Feb. 20 and Feb. 22.
Paul McCartney's collaboration with the surviving members of Nirvana wasn't as unlikely as it seemed on Wednesday night. Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic joined the Beatle to close the 12-12-12 concert at Madison Square Garden. They sang 'Cut Me Some Slack,' which they wrote and recorded for Grohl's upcoming 'Sound City' documentary soundtrack, and the studio version is now available for sale on iTunes.
We bet Courtney Love is fun at parties.
In the last month alone, she's said the Muppets "raped" the memory of her late husband Kurt Cobain, then she called out 'The Muppets' co-writer and star Jason Segel on her Twitter feed, and finally she used the same medium to publicly accuse Cobain's former Nirvana bandmate Dave Grohl of hitting on her 19-year-old daughter, Frances Bean.
Love doesn't apologize for much, but now she's at least backtracking on those last comments.
You can never go home again. But you can go back into the studio with the tried and true producer from your glory days, provided you are Dave Grohl and Krist Novocelic. Butch Vig, the man behind the board on their landmark Nirvana album 'Nevermind' recently hit that Twitter thing saying “The last 24 hours have been surreal! Had a great gig at the El Rey last night, and spent today recording with Dave, Krist and special guest!”