[Guitarist] Biographies & Profiles

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Nita Strauss

Nita Strauss is an extremely successful American rock musician, making history as the first female signature artist with Ibanez guitars. She has been a touring guitarist for Demi Lovato and Alice Cooper from 2014 to 2022, and is often featured on the covers of magazines such as Guitar World and Guitar Player. She was also ranked No. 1 on Guitar World's "10 Female Guitar Players You Should Know" list.

Barry Stock

Barry Stock is the lead guitarist of the Canadian rock band Three Days Grace. He joined the band in 2003 and has performed on all of their albums and singles. Barry is also credited with songwriting and co-writing some of the band's most well-known songs, including "Animal I Have Become", "Pain" and "Never Too Late". He has toured extensively around the world with the band and has become known for his technical proficiency and energetic live performances. Barry has also lent his guitar skills to some of the most successful musicians of our time, including Avril Lavigne, Tommy Lee and Shinedown. His commitment to music is clear and he continues to be an integral part of Three Days Grace's success.

Josh Klinghoffer

Josh Adam Klinghoffer is an American multi-instrumentalist, best known for being the guitarist of the rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers from 2009 to 2019. He has also been a part of several other bands and projects including Pearl Jam and Jane's Addiction, as well as Dot Hacker, Ataxia, Warpaint, The Bicycle Thief, PJ Harvey, Beck, Lana Del Rey, the Butthole Surfers, Vincent Gallo, Sparks, Golden Shoulders, and Cate Le Bon. Under the alias Pluralone, he has released three solo albums and multiple non-album singles and b-sides. In 2012, Klinghoffer was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, making him the youngest-ever living inductee at the time.

Patrick Stump

Patrick Vaughn Stump is an American musician, singer, and songwriter best known as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the rock band Fall Out Boy. His solo work has been described as funky and R&B infused, while Billboard praised him for his excellent pop punk vocals. Fall Out Boy has released four number one albums on the Billboard 200, and Stump has collaborated with other artists and produced albums for artists including Cobra Starship and Gym Class Heroes. Furthermore, he released his debut solo album Soul Punk in 2011, followed by the six-song EP Truant Wave in February 2011, and has since toured in the US and Europe in support. Fall Out Boy returned from hiatus in 2013 and have since released two further number one albums.

Russell Brand

Russell Edward Brand is an English comedian and actor known for his flamboyant style and manner. He has won three British Comedy Awards for his work and has appeared in films such as St Trinian's, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Get Him to the Greek, Despicable Me, Hop, Despicable Me 2, and Arthur. Brand is also a public activist and campaigner, releasing The Trews web series, a book called Revolution, and a documentary about financial inequality with Michael Winterbottom. He has been the subject of media coverage and controversy for issues such as drug use, political views, award ceremony behaviour, and his marriage to singer Katy Perry. A biographical documentary about him was released in 2015.

Sarah Silverman

Sarah Silverman is an American stand-up comedian, actress, writer, and television host best known for her work on Saturday Night Live (1993-1994), The Sarah Silverman Program (2007-2010), Who's the Caboose? (1997), School of Rock (2003), Wreck-It Ralph (2012), A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014), Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018), I Smile Back (2015), the Hulu streaming talk show I Love You, America (2017-2018) and her outspoken political activism during the 2016 election. Silverman's comedy often addresses social taboos and controversial topics, such as racism, sexism, homophobia, politics, and religion, which she tackles in a satirical or deadpan fashion and has earned her two Primetime Emmy Awards.

Hal Sparks

Hal Harry Magee Sparks III is a multifaceted entertainer, known for his roles on television series such as Queer As Folk, Lab Rats, and Tak and the Power of Juju, as well as hosting E!'s Talk Soup and other shows on VH1. He is also an accomplished stand-up comedian, actor, musician, political commentator, and television personality.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is an American singer-songwriter and multi-genre artist who has achieved critical acclaim and wide media coverage for her songwriting that is often inspired by her personal life. After relocating to Nashville at age 14 to become a country musician, Swift signed a songwriting deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing and a recording contract with Big Machine Records in 2005. Her self-titled debut album propelled her to the top of the charts, making her the first female country artist to write or co-write a platinum-certified album entirely. Throughout the years, she has experimented with rock and electronic styles on her albums, Red, 1989, Reputation, Lover, Folklore, and Evermore, leading to five chart-topping hits and numerous Guinness World Records. In addition, she has sold over 200 million records globally, received 11 Grammy Awards, an Emmy Award, 40 American Music Awards, 29 Billboard Music Awards, and gained recognition in Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Songwriters of All Time and the Time 100. Swift is a vocal advocate for artists' rights and women's empowerment.

Katy Perry

Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson, better known as Katy Perry, is an American singer, songwriter and television personality. Having released her debut album Katy Hudson in 2001, she later ventured into secular music and adopted the stage name Katy Perry. After producing number one singles like "I Kissed a Girl" and "California Gurls", Perry rose to global fame with her albums Teenage Dream and Prism. Some of her other albums, such as Witness and Smile, also produced successful singles, as well as earning her several awards and Guinness World Records. She is also the most-followed woman on Twitter and a judge on American Idol.

Demi Lovato

Demetria "Demi" Devonne Lovato is an American singer, songwriter, and actress who is well known for playing Mitchie Torres in the musical television film Camp Rock and its sequel Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. After signing with Hollywood Records, she released her pop rock debut album, Don't Forget, which debuted at number two on the U.S. Billboard 200 and its follow-up Here We Go Again, which debuted at number one in the U.S. Her third studio album Unbroken experimented with pop and R&B and spawned the U.S. platinum-certified single "Skyscraper". She has also starred in several television shows and films, such as Sonny with a Chance, Princess Protection Program, Smurfs: The Lost Village, and Glee, and released the documentaries Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated and Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil. Lovato has sold over 24 million records in the United States and has received numerous accolades, including an MTV Video Music Award and 14 Teen Choice Awards, as well as being included in the Time 100 annual list in 2017.

Niall Horan

Niall James Horan is an Irish singer-songwriter and former member of the highly successful boy band One Direction who, following their hiatus in 2016, has released two solo albums, Flicker and Heartbreak Weather. Both albums enjoyed great success, both reaching number one in Ireland, the US and Mexico, and the top three in Australia and the UK, while singles from Flicker charted in the top twenty in multiple countries.

Ellie Goulding

Elena Jane "Ellie" Goulding is an English singer and songwriter. Her career began when she was spotted by record producers and A&R, Jamie Lillywhite, in 2009. She released her debut extended play, An Introduction to Ellie Goulding, that same year, followed by Lights in 2010 which debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart and has sold over 850,000 copies in the UK. After winning the BBC's Sound of... poll and Critics' Choice Award at the Brit Awards in the same year, Goulding released her second album Halcyon in 2012, which topped the UK Albums Chart after 65 weeks. In 2013 she released Halcyon Days, and the single “Burn” became her first number one single in the UK. Her third studio album, Delirium, was released in 2015 and nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance at the Grammys for her single “Love Me like You Do”. Her fourth studio album, Brightest Blue, reached number one on the UK Albums Chart, becoming her third consecutive RIAA–certified album.

Jared Leto

Jared Joseph Leto is a critically acclaimed American actor and musician, having won an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for his acting roles in films such as Requiem for a Dream, Dallas Buyers Club and Suicide Squad. Additionally, he is the frontman of the rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars which has released five studio albums and sold over 15 million copies worldwide. Leto has come a long way from his breakthrough role on My So-Called Life and continues to be a successful presence in the industry.

Alex Turner

Alexander David Turner is an English musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer who is well known as the frontman for the Arctic Monkeys. With the Arctic Monkeys, he has released seven albums, experimented with various genres and headlined major festivals. Along with Miles Kane, Turner has also released two orchestral pop albums under the name The Last Shadow Puppets. As a solo artist and collaborator, Turner has won many accolades including seven Brit Awards, an Ivor Novello Award, and a Mercury Prize.

Ryan Ross

George Ryan Ross III is an American musician, singer and songwriter best known for his work as the former lead guitarist, backing and lead vocalist, and primary songwriter of Panic! at the Disco. After departing in 2009, he along with former Panic! bassist Jon Walker formed The Young Veins, serving as lead vocalist and guitarist before their split in 2010.

John Mayer

John Mayer is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist who achieved commercial success and won several Grammy Awards throughout his career. He has released seven studio albums ranging from acoustic to rock music styles, with his latest release in 2021 being the soft rock album Sob Rock. Throughout his career he has worked alongside blues artists such as B.B. King, Buddy Guy, and Eric Clapton, and formed the John Mayer Trio, a supergroup with former members of the Grateful Dead called Dead & Company which still performs. Additionally, he has hosted television shows, written columns for magazines such as Esquire, and been a watch expert on the jury of the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève.

Benji Madden

Benjamin Levi Madden is an American musician, lead guitarist and backing vocalist of the award-winning band Good Charlotte, and the front man of pop rock collaboration the Madden Brothers. His identical twin brother, Joel Madden, is his partner in music, and the two worked together on The Voice Australia from 2015 to 2016.

Elton John

Sir Elton Hercules John CBE is an acclaimed British singer, pianist and composer who has collaborated with lyricist Bernie Taupin since 1967. Having sold over 300 million records worldwide in a six decade career in music, John is one of the most successful artists of all time, having a lasting impact on the music industry and songwriting partnership with Taupin. After forming the blues band Bluesology in 1962 and embaracing a solo career in 1967, John released his debut album Empty Sky in 1969 which spawned the hit single "Your Song". In the 1970s, he released chart-topping albums in the US and UK and continued his success in the 1980s and 1990s. Outside of music, John is a HIV/AIDS charity fundraiser and was the chairman and director of Watford F.C from 1976 to 1987, and from 1997 to 2002. Having sold over 300 million records, John has more than fifty Top 40 hits in the UK Singles Chart and US Billboard Hot 100 as well as nine number ones in the UK and US. He has received numerous awards including five Grammy Awards, two Academy Awards, two Golden Globes and a Tony Award among others, and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1998.

Karen Elson

Karen Jill Elson is an English model and singer-songwriter. She is best known for her two albums The Ghost Who Walks and Double Roses. Elson started her career as a model in the late 1990s and has walked the runway for top designers including Alexander McQueen, Versace, Prada, and Louis Vuitton. She has also appeared in Vogue, W, and Harper's Bazaar and has been featured in a number of high-profile advertising campaigns. Elson is also a talented singer-songwriter, whose music has been described as a blend of alternative country, rock, and folk. She has released two albums, The Ghost Who Walks and Double Roses, and has performed both solo and with her husband, Jack White. Elson continues to pursue both her music and modeling careers.

Oscar Isaac

Oscar Isaac Hernandez Estrada is a Guatemalan-born American actor widely renowned for his versatility, breaking stereotypes around Latino characters in Hollywood. He has received much critical acclaim, being named best actor of his generation by Vanity Fair, one of the 25 greatest actors of the 21st century by The New York Times and appearing on Time's list of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2016. He has also won many accolades including a Golden Globe Award, National Board of Review Award and Primetime Emmy Award nomination. Starting out as a character actor in films for most of the 2000s, he had his breakthrough with the eponymous role of a singer in the musical drama Inside Llewyn Davis, before he featured in leading roles in the crime drama A Most Violent Year, the thriller Ex Machina, the superhero film X-Men: Apocalypse, the Star Wars sequel trilogy, the historical drama Operation Finale, the science fiction films Annihilation and Dune, the crime drama The Card Counter, the miniseries Show Me a Hero and Scenes from a Marriage, and lead roles in the stage productions Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet.

Guy Berryman

Guy Rupert Berryman is a Scottish musician, songwriter and producer, best known as the bassist of the rock band Coldplay and electronic supergroup Apparatjik. He began playing bass at an early age, and in 2020 he launched a utilitarian-inspired fashion label. Berryman joined Coldplay while at university in 1999, and they quickly rose to global fame with their debut album Parachutes. As of 2021, Coldplay are one of the most successful groups of the 21st century, having won seven Grammy Awards and nine Brit Awards, and sold over 100 million albums worldwide.

Ryan Tedder

Ryan Tedder is an acclaimed American singer, songwriter, record producer and the lead vocalist of the pop-rock band OneRepublic. He has worked with numerous well-known artists since the mid-2000s such as U2, Beyoncé, Leona Lewis, Miley Cyrus, Ed Sheeran, Jonas Brothers, Jennifer Lopez, Camila Cabello, Lady Gaga, Maroon 5, MØ, One Direction, Sugababes, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Ariana Grande, Logic, Paul McCartney, Blackpink, Twice, Bastille, and Anitta. His work has proven to be highly successful with songs like "Apologize" (OneRepublic), "Bleeding Love' (Leona Lewis) and "Halo" (Beyoncé) being some of the best-selling singles of all time. He is one of the producers on the reality show Songland and has won three Grammy Awards for his production credits on albums by Adele, Taylor Swift and others.

Robbie Williams

Robert Peter Williams is an English singer and songwriter who rose to fame as a member of the pop group Take That from 1990 to 1995. After launching a solo career in 1996, he released seven UK No.1 singles, fourteen studio albums and has sold 75 million records worldwide. He has received eighteen Brit Awards and has been inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame. Williams rejoined Take That in 2010 to co-write and perform lead vocals on their album Progress, which became the second-fastest-selling album in UK chart history. In 2011, he left Take That again to focus on his solo career, but still collaborates with them on various projects.

Carrie Brownstein

Carrie Rachel Brownstein is an American musician, actress, writer, director, and comedian best known for being a member of the band Excuse 17 before forming the rock trio Sleater-Kinney and then the group Wild Flag. She also wrote and appeared in the Emmy and Peabody Award winning TV series Portlandia alongside Saturday Night Live alumnus Fred Armisen. As of 2015, Brownstein was touring with both Sleater-Kinney and in support of her new memoir.

Tyler Joseph

Tyler Robert Joseph is an American singer, rapper, musician, songwriter and record producer. He is best known as the frontman for the musical duo Twenty One Pilots, alongside bandmate Josh Dun. He has been nominated for six Grammy Awards as a member of Twenty One Pilots, of which he has won one.

Frank Iero

Frank Anthony Iero, Jr. is an American musician known for his involvement in multiple projects including My Chemical Romance (rhythm guitarist and backup vocalist), L.S Dunes (guitarist), Leathermouth (lead vocalist), and Frank Iero and the Future Violents (solo project). He released his debut solo album, Stomachaches, in 2014.

Post Malone

Post Malone is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. He is known for his distinct vocals which combine hip hop, pop, R&B, and trap genres. His breakthrough single “White Iverson” peaked at number 14 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and his album Stoney set the record for most weeks on the US Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. He has gone on to release two additional number one albums, with singles like “Rockstar”, “Psycho”, “Sunflower”, and “Circles”. Malone is a commercial success, having sold over 80 million records, and has won 10 Billboard Music Awards and three American Music Awards, with nine Grammy Award nominations. He holds multiple Billboard chart records, including being the first solo artist to top the Rap Airplay and Adult Contemporary charts.

Vic Fuentes

Victor Vincent "Vic" Fuentes is an American singer-songwriter and musician, best known for his work with the American post-hardcore rock band Pierce the Veil.

Gavin Rossdale

Gavin McGregor Rossdale is an English guitarist and actor best known as the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the rock band Bush, who helped form it in 1992. After their separation in 2002, he went on to become the lead singer and guitarist of Institute, while also beginning a solo career. He subsequently reunited with Bush in 2010 and received the British Academy's Ivor Novello Award for International Achievement in 2013.

Mollie King

Mollie Elizabeth King is an English pop singer, radio presenter, and member of girl group The Saturdays. With The Saturdays, she has enjoyed 13 Top 10 single hits, including the UK number-one hit "What About Us", and 5 top-ten albums. In 2015 she signed a solo deal with Island Records and then in 2017, she was the first contestant announced for BBC's Strictly Come Dancing, partnered with AJ Pritchard and finishing fifth place, before joining Matt Edmondson to co-host a show for BBC Radio 1 in June 2018.

Kurt Cobain

Kurt Cobain was a highly influential alternative rock musician and spokesperson for Generation X, best known for his angst-fueled songwriting, anti-establishment persona, and as the lead vocalist, guitarist, and primary songwriter of the rock band Nirvana. Cobain formed Nirvana in 1987 and rose to fame with the single "Smells Like Teen Spirit" from their acclaimed second album Nevermind. He wrote many hit songs for Nirvana, such as "Come as You Are", "Lithium", "In Bloom", "Something in the Way", "Heart-Shaped Box", "All Apologies", "About a Girl", "Aneurysm", and "You Know You're Right". Despite his success, Cobain resented public misinterpretation of his message and vision. Towards the end of his life, he was struggling with heroin addiction, depression, and pressures of fame, and died at the age of 27 by suicide. Since then, he has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and listed in multiple lists of greatest musicians, including the 100 Greatest Songwriters of All Time, the 100 Greatest Guitarists, and the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time.

Roger Waters

George Roger Waters is an English musician, singer-songwriter, and composer who gained international success as the bassist, lyricist, vocalist, and conceptual leader of the progressive rock band Pink Floyd. Among their critically acclaimed and commercially successful albums are The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Wall, and The Final Cut. Waters left the band in 1985 and subsequently engaged in a legal dispute, which was later settled out of court in 1987. He has since released several solo studio albums, including The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking, Radio K.A.O.S., Amused to Death, and Is This the Life We Really Want?, and wrote the opera Ça Ira about the French Revolution. In 1990, he staged The Wall - Live in Berlin with an attendance of 450,000 people. He reunited with Pink Floyd in 2005 at the Live 8 event, their only appearance with Waters since 1981, and has toured extensively as a solo act since 1999.

Marilyn Manson

Marilyn Manson is a controversial American rock musician who formed the band bearing his name in 1989. He has gained notoriety for his public image, stage name, and lyrics; he was ranked at No. 44 on the list of the Top 100 Heavy Metal Vocalists by Hit Parader and has been nominated for four Grammy Awards with an additional nomination for his work with Kanye West's Donda. In 2002, his first art show, The Golden Age of Grotesque, was held at the Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions center and he has served as an actor in several films. He has been the subject of numerous controversies throughout his career such as congressional hearings, legislation banning his group from performing in state-operated venues, and false accusations of influencing the Columbine High School massacre. In 2021, multiple women accused him of psychological and sexual abuse which he denied.

Alex Gaskarth

Alexander William Gaskarth is an English-born American singer and songwriter. He is best known as the lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist, and primary songwriter for the American rock band All Time Low since its formation in 2003.

Dave Navarro

David Michael Navarro is an American guitarist best known for his membership in the rock band Jane's Addiction and his stint as a guitarist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers. He has released one solo album and has been part of multiple Jane's Addiction-related bands. An eclectic player, AllMusic's Greg Prato described Navarro as "one of alternative rock's first true guitar heroes" and Henry Rollins labeled him "one of the last great guitarists". His career has also included work in television, namely as the host and one of the judges on Paramount Network's tattoo competition reality series Ink Master which aired from 2012 to 2020.

Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton is an iconic American singer-songwriter, actress, philanthropist, and businesswoman who has had a decades-long career in country music. She has achieved success in the industry, with 25 singles reaching number one on the Billboard country music charts, 110 career-charted singles, 15 certified gold, platinum and multi-platinum awards, 11 Grammy Awards out of 50 nominations, 10 Country Music Association Awards, 5 Academy of Country Music Awards, 4 People's Choice Awards, 3 American Music Awards, and her induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Outside of her work in music, she co-owns The Dollywood Company and has founded charitable and philanthropic organizations such as the Dollywood Foundation, which works to bring education and poverty relief to East Tennessee.

Brian Molko

Brian Molko is an iconic musician and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist and guitarist of the band Placebo. He is renowned for his signature nasal, high-pitched vocals, androgynous look, intense guitar style, and distinct tunings.

Steve Lukather

Steven Lee Lukather is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, arranger, record producer and the sole continuous founding member of the rock band Toto. He has gained a reputation as one of the most prolific session musicians, having recorded guitar tracks for over 1,500 albums of various genres and contributing to albums and hit singles as a songwriter, arranger and producer. Influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Al Di Meola and John McLaughlin, Lukather is known for his signature "melodic and intense" playing style, often recording tracks in a single take with minimal sound processing. He currently plays a signature electric guitar manufactured by Ernie Ball Music Man and Yamaha and Ovation Adamas series acoustic–electric guitars. His latest solo album, I Found the Sun Again, was released in February 2021.

PJ Morton

Guitarist, Singer-songwriter, Musician, Record producer, Singer

Kina Grannis

Kina Kasuya Grannis is an American singer, guitarist and YouTuber who is well-known for winning the 2008 Doritos Crash the Super Bowl contest and having her music video featured during the commercial break of Super Bowl XLII. Additionally, she has released multiple albums including Stairwells, Elements and In The Waiting, which is on her listener-supported label. She has made appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and has had a starring role in the YouTube Red Original romantic comedy series Single by 30. Grannis also made a cameo appearance in the award-winning box office hit Crazy Rich Asians in 2018 and embarked on an international tour afterwards.

Jonny Buckland

Jonathan Mark Buckland is an English-born Welsh musician and songwriter who is renowned for being the lead guitarist and co-founder of the highly successful rock band Coldplay. He was raised in Pantymwyn and developed a strong interest in guitar from an early age, being inspired by a variety of acts such as U2, The Stone Roses, and My Bloody Valentine. His distinct style of playing, which involves sparse and delicate arrangements as well as the use of the slide bar and delay pedal to create a chiming and ringing timbre, has led many to compare him to The Edge. After attaining a degree in mathematics and astronomy at University College London, he formed Coldplay with Chris Martin, Guy Berryman and Will Champion and eventually became successful due to the release of Parachutes. Buckland won seven Grammy Awards and nine Brit Awards during his time in the band and they have sold over 100 million albums worldwide.

James Hetfield

James Hetfield is an American musician and a co-founder of the heavy metal band Metallica. He is known for his intricate rhythm guitar playing, occasionally playing lead guitar and singing. Throughout his career, Hetfield has earned several accolades, such as being named one of the greatest metal guitarists and vocalists by numerous publications. He has also won nine Grammy Awards and released ten studio albums.

Rivers Cuomo

Rivers Cuomo is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and guitarist best known as the frontman of the rock band Weezer. He was raised in Buddhist communities in the Northeastern US until age 10 when his family moved to Central Connecticut. At 18, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a music career and in 1992 formed Weezer. After the success of their first album, Cuomo had a leg operation and enrolled at Harvard University, graduating in 2006. The critical failure of Weezer's second album, Pinkerton, led him to write more pop-based material, though it has since been certified platinum. Cuomo has released several compilations of demos and collaborated with various artists including B.o.B and Todd Rundgren.

Trace Cyrus

Trace Dempsey Cyrus is an American musician, the son of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus and brother of recording artists Miley Cyrus and Noah Cyrus. He is the backing vocalist and guitarist of the pop rock band Metro Station and also provides vocals and guitar in the pop rock band Ashland HIGH. Additionally, he owns the clothing company From Backseats to Bedrooms.

Dave Grohl

David Eric Grohl is an American musician, best known as the lead singer, guitarist, and principal songwriter of rock band Foo Fighters, and the drummer of grunge band Nirvana from 1990 to 1994. After Nirvana disbanded following Kurt Cobain's death, Grohl formed Foo Fighters, releasing 10 studio albums and directing their music videos. He has also been part of other projects such as Them Crooked Vultures, Probot, and Late!, and released documentaries Sound City, Sonic Highways, What Drives Us, and autobiography The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music. Already a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee as part of Nirvana, in 2021, Grohl and Foo Fighters were inducted separately. Described by Classic Rock Drummers co-author Ken Micallef as one of the most influential rock musicians of the last 20 years, Grohl and the band will star in the comedy horror film Studio 666 in 2022.