Dave Grohl continues to keep pretty tightlipped about all things surrounding the documentary he’s working on about the legendary Sound City recording studio and companion soundtrack, but lucky for us, producer Butch Vig is talking. And a new tidbit that Vig has revealed is that Grohl jammed with 'Jessie's Girl' hit-maker Rick Springfield as part of the project.
Record producer and Garbage drummer extraordinaire Butch Vig has a longstanding relationship with Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl that dates back to the Nirvana days when Vig produced their game-changing ‘Nevermind.' Given their history, it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise that they’ve teamed up again, although it does breed an air of excitement. Add in former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic to the mix and things take a turn for the euphoric.
Courtney Love's creative pace has certainly slowed over the years, but she's clearly in no danger of mellowing out. In the last year, she's engaged in public feuds with everyone from her landlord to the Muppets -- but this week, she returned to one of her favorite targets, Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl, accusing him of hitting on her 19-year-old daughter.
That old adage all good things must come to an end certainly doesn’t apply when it comes to Courtney Love and her goldmine of tabloid-ready rantings. Yesterday Love unleashed a hate-filled rant aimed at Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl which accused him of being “obsessed with his hatred” of Kurt Cobain.
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl's acceptance speech at last Sunday's Grammy Awards stirred up a lot of reaction -- both positive and negative -- when he seemed to deride electronic music in favor of using real instruments. However, in a new open letter, Grohl clarifies his speech by saying he is a fan of electronic music and that his words were misinterpreted.
As the 2012 Grammy Awards slowly become a spotlit memory, one of the most successful and featured winners of "music's biggest night" were Foo Fighters. With his band having captured five Grammy awards (only one less than pop star Adele), including Best Hard Rock / Metal Performance, frontman Dave Grohl revealed to MTV that he feels bad for beating out Dream Theater for that very award.