One of the concert's highlights came when Grohl brought out Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen, Slipknot's Corey Taylor, his old Nirvana partner Krist Novoselic, and Pat Smear together for a set that included Taylor belting out the Fats Domino classic "Ain't That A Shame."
"This, without any (expletive) is a dream (expletive) come true for me," Taylor said, echoing the sentiments of many in the crowd as well.
The Sound City Players are featured on an upcoming album that came out of the documentary: "Sound City — Real to Reel."
Grohl has more appearances scheduled for his Sundance film premiere this week, and the Sound City Players plan to perform other shows in the near future.
Nekesa Mumbi Moody is the AP's Global Entertainment & Lifestyles Editor. Follow her at http://www.twitter.com/nekesamumbi
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