Corey Taylor Hints At More Dave Grohl's Sound City Players Gigs
As of now, that is the only concert that the all-star group has on their schedule, but it looks like they might be hitting a few other locations, including New York and South By Southwest.
One of the group's vocalists is Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor; at the Sundance show, he performed "From Can To Can't," a song he recorded for the film's soundtrack, and a handful of Cheap Trick covers.
Taylor told Radio.com that the gig gave him a "fanboy-gasm," and that he's looking forward to the super-group's L.A. gig this week. And although a Sound City Players show at SXSW hasn't been announced, he reveals that he's flying into Austin for the event — which will feature Dave Grohl as a keynote speaker.
After mentioning that "It's gonna be kind of 'hell on wheels' for me, I'm gonna fly in for (the L.A. premiere) and then fly back to the (Stone Sour) tour," he added, "I'm gonna do South By Southwest with everybody, that's in March."
Because of his touring commitments with Stone Sour (touring for their House Of Gold & Bones Part 1 album, Part 2 is due in April) that's all he'll be able to do with the S.C. Players for now. More including a stream
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