Rocker Dave Grohl has reportedly turned documentarian to chronicle the history of the studio where he recorded Nevermind with Nirvana over 20 years ago
REO Speedwagon star Kevin Cronin has revealed news of the project to ArtisanNews.com, hinting he'll be a part of the untitled Sound City Studios film.
He explains, "Dave is working on this project based on a studio that we all used to work at. It's really interesting. I probably shouldn't be talking about it... but it's very cool. They (Nirvana) recorded Nevermind (there), and I know that it meant a lot to a lot of artists."
"So Dave is just kind of putting together something to get the stories that all the artists had about that studio."
The Van Nuys, California studio boasts clients like Rod Stewart, No Doubt, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, The Go-Go's, Weezer, Natasha Bedingfield and MC Hammer.