“Weight of Love” also includes a talked-up guitar solo from Dan Auerbach, so there’s that.
Ohio rockers the Black Keys have released “Fever,” the band’s first new song in almost three years.
The band played as if everyone – fans who paid for their tickets, or the many V.I.P.s, deserved a great show, and that’s what they gave them, from the opening song to the encore of “Everlasting Light” and “I Got Mine.”
For those of you who haven’t been keeping up with the twitter war between Justin Bieber and drummer for the Black Keys, Patrick Carney, here is an update on the social-media battle. The two first […]
After Beiber’s “snub” Carney told TMZ that Bieber doesn’t really need the gongs. “He’s rich, right? I mean, I don’t know. Grammys are, like, for music, not for money, and he’s making a lot of money. I guess buy a minivan and go on tour – see what happens.”
The Black Keys aren’t speed rapper. They don’t talk a mile-a-minute like Busta Rhymes. Despite Dan Auerbach’s rather clear annunciation, fans have still managed to mishear his lyrics.
The Black Keys are the Energizer Bunnies of rock ‘n roll. Constantly touring yet always itching to get back into Dan Auerbach’s Nashville studio, the duo revealed in an interview with CBS Local that they’ll begin work on their eighth album, a follow-up to 2011′s “El Camino,” early next year.
It was a truly rock & roll wedding when Black Keys drummer Patrick Carnet tied the knot with his girlfriend recently. MacGruber officiated, and Carney walked down the aisle with his dog.
The Black Keys continue their epic march through 2012 with an intimate new music video for “Little Black Submarines,” the latest single from 2011′s “El Camino.”
Notorious for dissing other bands, karma has bitten the Black Keys in the form of two counter lawsuits from Pizza Hut and Home Depot denying they ripped off two of the band’s songs for TV spots.