The Black Keys
The Black Keys came by the United Center Saturday evening for the first of two Chicago shows. Pat Carney & Dan Auerbach are no strangers to Chicago or the United Center. They played the United Center back in 2012 during their El Camino tour and have cut their chops at many Chicago venues. Ranging from the Empty Bottle, to the Metro, to the Aragon Ballroom, there aren’t many venues in the city the Black Keys haven’t played.
The Black Keys will be in town for two shows at United Center this weekend (Saturday and Sunday) and according to Pitchfork, they’ve been mixing in a cover of Edwyn Collins’ “A Girl Like You” […]
The Black Keys’ music video for “Weight of Love” is a bit of a double-take at first.
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Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney of the Black Keys are vinyl enthusiasts, and they recently sat down and spoke to CBS News’s Anthony Mason about their passion for LPs.
Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney of The Black Keys recently chatted with CBS This Morning about the music format that is actually growing in sales. In case you haven’t heard, vinyl is on the rise. […]
Lots of cool stuff to look at here. You have a race car spinning donuts, Jack White smashing through glass in stunning black & white, a pissed off bull thrashing around (also smashing through glass)… […]
The Black Keys and Jack White are still not fans of each other, but at least they admit they have a common enemy in a certain gossip news site.
The Black Keys don’t expect Turn Blue to sell as many copies as El Camino.
Hear more new songs from the brand new Black Keys album, plus an exclusive interview with frontman Dan Auerbach by XRT’s Marty Lennartz.