Sundance Film Festival attendees were extra lucky this year because they got to experience Dave Grohl’s documentary Sound City for the first time Friday.
To celebrate the best way he knows how, Grohl then put on an amazing, three-hour concert that featured the likes of Cheap Trick, Queens of the Stone Age and John Fogerty. Also included in Grohl’s Sundance lineup was Brad Wilk (Rage Against the Machine), Krist Novoselic (Nirvana), Rick Springfield and Stevie Nicks, among others.
The artists, which all had their own part in the film, played original songs of their own, as well as the songs recorded specifically for the movie.
If it’s up to the Foo Fighters’ frontman, this super group will be coming to an arena near you! Grohl told SPIN:
“I realize it’s crazy that I’m asking Stevie and Fogerty to go on the road with me, but I think they had fun last night, and everyone’s been so enthusiastic. It really is a once-in-a-lifetime thing.”
He went on to say that he’d like the tour to make stops in New York, London and Sydney, though only one show has been confirmed thus far. That concert will be on January 31 at the Hollywood Palladium.
Dave, don’t forget us over on the West Coast!!
Go ahead and watch Dave Grohl & the Sound City Players perform “Dreams” with Stevie Nicks below!