Dave Grohl Now Has His Own HBO Series


Dave Grohl is the coolest guy in the world. Not just because of this post, though it is pretty wild, but because he has reached a point where everything he touches turns to gold. Long live the king.

Classic Rock Magazine is reporting that Foo Fighters‘ frontman Dave Grohl has inked a deal with HBO that will find the rock singer hosting his own show as early as the end of 2014. The series will follow the feel of Grohl’s Sound City documentary, with Dave taking a camera crew across the country to visit various recording studios and learn the stories of the people who run them. He’ll also interview artists who have worked at these places, and if I had to guess I’d say he will probably perform a time or two as well.

The guest list for Grohl’s still untitled series has yet to be confirmed, but early reports include appearances at Steve Albini’s Electrical Audio in Chicago, Washington, D.C.’s Inner Ear (Don Zientara) and Rancho De La Luna in California, with interviews featuring Kiss’ Paul Stanley, Joe Walsh of the Eagles and Heart’s Nancy Wilson, among others. We’ll bring you more information as soon as additional information surfaces online.

Foo Fighters are said to be working on a new album right now, so there is a chance we will get to hear that before the year ends as well. Follow UTG on Twitter for updates.

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