FOO FIGHTERS’ ‘Sonic Highways’ Documentary Series Wins Two EMMY AWARDS

September 13, 2015

The Foo Fighters took home a couple awards Saturday night (Sept 12) at the Creative Arts ceremony of the 67th Emmy Awards. Their HBO documentary series “Sonic Highways” won “Outstanding Sound Editing For Nonfiction Programming (Single Or Multi-Camera)” and “Outstanding Sound Mixing For Nonfiction Programming (Single Or Multi-Camera).”


“Sonic Highways” was also nominated for “Outstanding Informational Series” and “Outstanding Directing”.

It competed in all those categories except “Informational Series” against “Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck”, the documentary on Kurt Cobain.

Grohl confirmed in a recent interview with NME that there will be a second season of “Sonic Highways”. Grohl revealed, “There is gonna be another ‘Sonic Highways’ season. It might or might not be international. It might someday be international. It might only be England, or England and other places. Or maybe it’s places in America, and people from other countries that are inspired by these places in America.”


The first season of “Sonic Highways”, which aired last fall, followed the band to eight different iconic recording studios in eight different American cities, with each episode exploring the history of the studio and local scene.

The Foo Fighters recorded one song in each studio, resulting in the “Sonic Highways” album.



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