Dave Grohl Doc Sound City Screens at River Oaks January 31

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For one night only, Dave Grohl's Sound City flick will screen at the Landmark River Oaks on January 31. Tickets should be available for pre-sale on the Landmark site very soon.

Rewind: Dave Grohl Releases Trailer for Nerd-Boner Doc Sound City

Rocks Off has been tracking the film since it was announced months back, and told you all about the Paul McCartney and Nirvana collaboration that played the 12-12-12 Sandy Benefit show.

The Sound City Players, a supergroup made up of Grohl, Stevie Nicks, Rick Springfield, John Fogerty and members of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Cheap Trick, Fear, and Rage Against the Machine are set to perform together coming up soon at the Sundance Film Festival and a one-off show in Los Angeles.

Rewind: The Name of That Paul McCartney/Nirvana Song Is "Cut Me Some Slack"

No word yet on this amazing casserole of musicians touring the country or coming to SXSW, but Grohl is SXSW Music's keynote speaker this year, so let's just assume you'll see some grainy photos here on Rocks Off in the next two months.

After Sound City runs for one day in theaters, it will be available on cable, satellite, online, hotel and airline on-demand operators the following day.

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