Imagine if Jack Black joined forces with Foo Fighters and Nirvana legend Dave Grohl and actor-musician Val Kilmer to form a supergroup. Now imagine if that group was a '70s country-rock band that died in plane crash and returned to the present day as ghosts to haunt a recording studio and resolve some unfinished business. Sound impossible? Well, Sweetriver and the Huckleberry Dogs is just such a ghoulish group.
Black, Grohl, and Kilmer lent their formidable talents to form the fictional band on the new Web comedy series "Ghost Ghirls," which is executive-produced by Black and airs on Yahoo Screen.
The hilarious series chronicles the exploits of best friends Heidi (Amanda Lund) and Angelica (Maria Blasucci), who work as paranormal investigators. When the ghostbusting duo gets called in to a recording studio to investigate a paranormal disturbance, they discover the spirits of Sweetriver and the Huckleberry Dogs – still clad in their '70s regalia – who are trapped inRead More »from Watch Video of Jack Black, Dave Grohl, and Val Kilmer Jammin’ Out on Comedy Web Series ‘Ghost Ghirls’