Dave Grohl to Perform With Corey Taylor + Others During Sundance Film Festival Set
The 'Sound City' soundtrack is definitely star-studded, so when Dave Grohl revealed that he would have several guest stars join him for a concert celebrating the premiere of his 'Sound City' documentary at the Sundance Film Festival, there was naturally a lot of questions about who would be part of the Sound City Players. Now, after a little bit of arm twisting, it's so far been revealed that Corey Taylor, Taylor Hawkins and Alain Johannes will be among those joining Grohl in Park City, Utah, for the gig on Jan. 18.
Grohl has been updating fans about his band practices, but finally bowed to a little pressure with a Facebook update that stated, "Pics or it didn't happen, you say? Right now, band practice." Accompanying the quip was a studio photo of Grohl performing with his longtime Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins and Queens of the Stone Age multi-instrumentalist Alain Johannes. In addition, the Salt Lake Tribune confirmed the participation of Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor.
According to the paper, Taylor himself revealed his participation. The singer has enjoyed the Sundance experience in the past, taking the stage with the all-star covers band Camp Freddy several years ago.
The fact that Grohl is performing with either Hawkins or Johannes should come as little surprise given the length of the relationship and association the singer has kept up with both musicians. Plus, the fact that both artists appear on multiple cuts on the 'Sound City' soundtrack makes them a natural fit for the show.
For those trying to connect the dots with other potential guests, Hawkins appears on songs that feature Stevie Nicks, Rick Springfield and Fear's Lee Ving on the soundtrack, while Johannes contributes to tracks featuring Ving and Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme.
Dave Grohl Rehearsing With Taylor Hawkins and Alain Johannes