They're not just gonna do a one-off performance ... Dave Grohl's Sound City Players have scheduled a concert in Los Angeles. The band composed of Dave Grohl, the other members of the Foo Fighters, Krist Novoselic from Nirvana, members of Queens of the Stone Age, Cheap Trick, Rage Against the Machine and others will perform initially at the Sundance Film Festival this week, right around the time Grohl's film premiers. But the band will get back together at then end of the month for the LA show, the same day Sound City is featured in 44 movie theaters across the country, including the Landmark Century Centre in Chicago and the Landmark Tivoli in St. Louis. News has it that more dates for a possible Grohl's Sound City Players tour will be revealed in the coming weeks. The documentary will be available for sale to the public February 1st.
Tune streams online
Meanwhile the song featuring Corey Taylor, Dave Grohl, Rick Nielsen and Scott Reeder was aired on a radio station in the UK and the audio has been made available to stream on YouTube. You can hear the tune "From Can to Can't." The song (listen below or at this lilnk) is expected to be on the soundtrack featuring a crazy bunch of collaborations will be out March 12th.
Mini tour update
There aren't a whole bunch of dates ... just enough to get people excited for a new album. On the heels of releasing a new single and a video, Alice in Chains have laid out a slew of dates for a Spring tour. The'll start April 25th in Florida to snake through parts of the southeast, then north to Wisconsin, our neighbors Indiana and up to Nebraska, but not one date in Illinois. The band then will hop over to England to play the Download Festival in June and down to Brazil to play Rock in Rio in September. A follow up to 2009's Black Gives Way to Blue is expected out in the next few months. You can request "Hollow" on WQLZ today.
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