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More About The Black Keys
Genre: Rock/Alternative Rock
Bio and News
The Black Keys began modestly in 2001 after founding members Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney dropped out of college. Extensive touring and festival appearances, coupled with the release of several albums right away, helped turn what was at first a popular underground act into one of the hottest concert tickets in the country.
The Black Keys gained popularity early by releasing music very often and playing small clubs all over the country. The Akron, Ohio band doesn’t play small venues anymore, but they bring the same intensity of a show at a dive bar to a huge headlining festival stage or a big arena. They will be playing places like the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, United Center in Chicago, and The Forum in Los Angeles. Even in spacious venues like that the band will still make it feel like an intimate venue with the kind of energy they bring to the stage.
As the band kept growing and gaining critical acclaim, the album that really began pushing the needle was their 2010 release Brothers. That album featured the breakthrough hit “Tighten Up” and reached as high as number three on the Billboard 200. Brothers and “Tighten Up” would go on to win three of the five Grammys the band was nominated for in 2011, including Best Alternative Music Album.
The band’s 2011 follow-up, El Camino, proved to be an even bigger success. “Lonely Boy”, the first single off the album, won the 2012 Grammy for Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song, and El Camino earned the band Best Rock Album. The Keys embarked on the first arena tour of its career with “The El Camino Tour”, selling out Madison Square Garden 15 minutes after tickets went on sale. The band’s eighth studio album, Turn Blue, became their first number one album when it released this year, and the band is preparing to head out on the “Turn Blue World Tour” this fall.
Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney have never been conventional, but that is part of what has propelled this group to stardom. These guys do it their way, and when you see The Black Keys live, you understand exactly why. The Black Keys tickets are easily going to be some of the hottest out there to end 2014, and you can get yours right here on CHARGED.fm!
The Black Keys Discography
The Big Come Up (2002)
Rubber Factory (2004)
Magic Potion (2006)
Attack & Release (2008)
El Camino (2011)
Turn Blue (2014)
The Black Keys Members
Dan Auerbach (Guitar, Vocals, Bass Guitar, Piano, Organ, Keyboards, Synthesizer)
Patrick Carney (Drums, Percussion)
Richard Swift (Bass Guitar, Vocals) - Touring Member
John Clement Wood (Keyboards, Vocals, Synthesizer, Organ, Guitar, Tambourine) - Touring Member
The Black Keys Greatest Hits
“Gold on the Ceiling”
“Howlin’ For You”
“Little Black Submarines”
“The Baddest Man Alive”
“She’s Long Gone”