Dave Grohl’s collective Sound City Players play 3-hour set at Sundance

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Pulling together Stevie Nicks, Rick Springfield, most of Nirvana and the singer from Slipknot seems unlikely enough. Getting them together on a Utah stage is even less likely.

But the Sound City Players, a collective led by the Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, rocked stage at Sundance for over three hours this weekend.

The performance, an inaugural one for the supergroup-upon-supergroup, came about as a result of Grohl’s interest in the Sound City recording studio in California. It included Nicks, Springfield, Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick and Lee Ving of Fear.

See the story and photos at Spin.