Watch Dave Grohl, Jack Black, Val Kilmer Perform as Ghost Supergroup "Sweetriver and the Huckleberry Dogs"
You may not be familiar yet with the name Sweetriver and the Huckleberry Dogs, but after today the group could be the hottest Southern rock supergroup around. Starring Jack Black, Val Kilmer and Dave Grohl, the group combines their collective rock power in the latest installment of Yahoo's web series Ghost Ghirls as three '70s swamp rock spirits who haunt their old recording studio. read moreFound in: Comedy, News
Terrence Malick and his film crew are clearly fans of the music festival scene, especially ones that feature Atlanta rockers The Black Lips. Last Friday, Malick used The Black Lips’ set at the Fun Fun Fun Festival to capture footage of a very electric Val Kilmer.... read moreFound in: Music, News
Run-D.M.C., X, Superchunk and Ranting Val Kilmer read moreFound in: Blogs, 1000 Words
In a move that could be described as "cold as ice...man!", Variety reports that General Motors recently put the brakes on Will Arnett's already-recorded voiceovers for the upcoming NBC Knight Rider movie. Arnett, known to many as Arrested Development's magician named G.O.B., apparently made a huge mistake when he signed on to become the voice of KITT (a Ford Mustang in its new incarnation), what with being under contract as the voice of GMC Trucks. He told Variety: "Because of a long relationship with General Motors...I had to respectfully withdraw from the project." NBC may have had to hustle to... read moreFound in: Music, News
The New York Observer reported recently that erstwhile heartthrob Val Kilmer is “shopping” for labels to release his album of original recordings. Apparently titled Val Kilmer: Sessions With Mick—as in Val’s pal and partner-in-musical-crime Mick Rossi, not Jones or Jagger or even Fleetwood—the newspaper warns the song cycle “run[s] the gamut from foot-stompin’ rock to moody, guttural ballads,” and even includes a Christmas ditty. But the Observer isn’t the first to weigh in on this development. Inexplicably, back in October The Solano Tempest posted a review, complete with a (similarly inexplicable) photo of the disc itself. This can only mean... read moreFound in: Music, News