Dave Grohl's resume is worthy of its own filing cabinet and the Foo Fighters frontman just added another bullet to his ever-expanding repertoire of creative projects. According to Classic Rock
, Grohl will have his own HBO series this winter.
The yet-to-be-titled program will pick up where his documentary Sound City
left off by highlighting other iconic U.S. recording studios. Classic Rock's Paul Brannigan — author of Grohl's biography, This is a Call: The Life and Times of Dave Grohl
— noted that the show would visit, "Nirvana/Page & Plant producer Steve Albini's Electrical Audio studio in Chicago, Don Zientara's Inner Ear studios in Washington DC where Fugazi, Henry Rollins' first band S.O.A. and Grohl's pre-Nirvana punk rock band Scream recorded - and Rancho De La Luna studios in California, a site at which Queens Of The Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys and Mark Lanegan, among others, have laid songs to tape. The singer has also visited studios in New York, Seattle and Nashville."
Like Sound City
, Grohl's new HBO show will also feature interviews with and appearances by notable musicians like Ian MacKaye (Minor Threat, Fugazi), Paul Stanley (KISS), Joe Walsh (The Eagles), and Nancy Wilson (Heart).
The Foo Fighters, who have only hinted at
their eighth studio album, are reportedly recording in multiple studios. Sherlock's science of deduction tells us there's a good chance that these two projects go hand-in-hand.