Dave Grohl has hinted the series might return for a second season which could take the band across the pond.
Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl has hinted the band might one day embark on a second season of ‘Sonic Highways’, which could feature iconic studios in the UK and Europe. Speaking to Billboard at the release party for the Sonic Highways DVD, Grohl said anything was possible for the series’ future.
The Foo Fighters visited studios across America last year on 'Sonic Highways'
"There might be a season two. There are a lot of studios,” Grohl told Billboard. But when asked about possible locations for a second season Grohl handed over to his bandmate Taylor Hawkins, who is the band’s expert on UK studios.
"Taylor is one to ask about the U.K. studios, he's been to them all, even if they're kebab shops now,” Grohl said. “He'll show up and be like, 'You guys know that they fucking recorded Queen's The Game in here, right?’”
"They're hallowed ground, I think they're churches, man," Hawkins chimed in. "If we went to somewhere like Abbey Road it'd be fun to interview someone like Paul McCartney or George Martin, that'd be kind of cool," Grohl continued. "Or go to say, Berlin, and interview someone like David Bowie or Iggy [Pop].”
The 'Sonic Highways' DVD hit shelves on April 7th and features a ton of additional footage which didn't quite make the series. Among other special features, the DVD includes a fuller conversation with Dolly Parton about Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry, along with more from President Obama, Willie Nelson, Joan Jett, Chuck D, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and many more.