Grohl Sessions gets physical release
Monday, May 5, 2014
– Zac Brown Band's "The Grohl Sessions Vol. 1" will be released physically for the first time on May 19 through Southern Ground, ZBB's label.
The EP will be available as a deluxe CD/DVD package at Walmart, Best Buy, ZacBrownBand.com and at all ZBB concerts during the band's 2014 'Great American Road Trip' tour, which kicks off in Lincoln, Neb. on May 24, and includes two sold out shows at Boston's Fenway Park.
The CD/DVD package includes the EP and an additional DVD featuring bonus content that includes a 45-minute behind-the-scenes video which follows the band during a week-long recording session at Southern Ground Studio in Nashville. The package also includes a lyric video for the new single "All Alright."
The set is named after Foo Fighters drummer Dave Grohl who produced the four-song EP and played on "Let It Rain."
A digital version was released Dec. 10, 2013.
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