Written by Mark Monroe and Dave Grohl
Directed by Dave Grohl
The Foo Fighters set up to record with Death Cab for Cutie?s Ben Gibbard at Robert Lang Studio -- the last place Nirvana recorded and where the first Foo Fighters album was made. Dave Grohl chats with owner Robert Lang, as well as Duff McKagen (Guns N Roses), Chris Cornell (Soundgarden) and Nancy Wilson (Heart) about Seattle?s northwest sound. Dave delves deep into Seattle?s rich musical heritage, far beyond the ?grunge? heyday of the early ?90s to acts as diverse as Ray Charles, Jimi Hendrix, The Sonics and Macklemore. Dave also interviews Bruce Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman, co-founders of the famed Sub Pop Records, which started as a fanzine and eventually became the renowned label that signed Nirvana.