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Dave Grohl Taps John Fogerty, Stevie Nicks for Sound City Players Sundance Gig

Members of Foo Fighters and Cheap Trick also set to celebrate release of Grohl's documentary

Sound City Players
Courtesy Park City Live
January 9, 2013 5:55 PM ET

The lineup for the Sound City Players has been revealed. Rock legends John Fogerty and Stevie Nicks will perform with Dave Grohl in Utah to celebrate the Sundance Film Festival premiere of Grohl's first documentary, Sound City.

The concert, set for January 18th, will also feature Nirvana bassist Kris Novoselic; Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen; fellow Foo Fighters Chris Shiflett, Taylor Hawkins, Pat Smear and Nate Mendel; Rick Springfield; Rage Against the Machine's Brad Wilk; Slipknot's Corey Taylor; Chris Goss; Alain Johannes; Fear's Lee Ving; Jessy Greene and Rami Jaffee.

Photos: Heavy Hitters: Dave Grohl

Tickets for the performance go on sale today at 6 p.m. CST/8 p.m. EST. Be sure to check out this trailer for Sound City, which tells the story of the famed Van Nuys, California, recording studio used by artists such as Tom Petty, Neil Young and Metallica.

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