Dave Grohl, Paramount+

Dave Grohl, Paramount+

Dave Grohl Details 'From Cradle to Stage' Series About Musicians and Their Moms

Brandi Carlile, Tom Morello, Geddy Lee, Miranda Lambert, Dan Reynolds, Pharrell Williams, and their moms to appear on six-episode Paramount+ series

4/19/2021 3:15:00 PM

Dave Grohl and his mother Virginia Hanlon Grohl have detailed their 'From Cradle to Stage' Paramount+ series, inspired by her book about musicians and their moms

Brandi Carlile, Tom Morello, Geddy Lee, Miranda Lambert, Dan Reynolds, Pharrell Williams, and their moms to appear on six-episode Paramount+ series

Subsequent episodes will feature Pharrell Williams and Dr. Carolyn Williams, Miranda Lambert and her mom Bev Lambert, Brandi Carlile and Teresa Carlile, Tom Morello and Mary Morello, and Rush’s Geddy Lee with his mother Mary Weinrib.This series, based on Virginia Grohl’s acclaimed book, offers a rare look at the intimate and inspiring moments between some of the world’s biggest performers and their moms — “just in time for Mother’s Day,” ViacomCBS President of Music, Music Talent, Programming & Events Bruce Gillmer said in a statement.

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The Grohls will also serve as executive producers on the series from Live Nation Productions. “Live Nation is proud to collaborate with Virginia and Dave on this moving tribute featuring great talent and the women who raised them,” Michael Rapino, CEO of Live Nation, said in a statement. “We have the privilege of working with these incredible artists to bring their music to the stage and now Live Nation Productions has the honor of bringing their stories to the screen.”

A promo for the series will debut during the 56th Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, April 18th. Read more: Rolling Stone »

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