Last month, guitarist Dan Auerbach issued his second solo album Waiting On A Song through his Easy Eye Sound record label. The Black Keys and The Arcs frontman recently stopped by Apogee Studio in Los Angeles for an appearance on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic program.
KCRW music director Jason Bentley interviewed Auerbach as part of the Apogee Sessions event. The pair discusses the making of Waiting On A Song, touching on the influence of Pat McLaughlin who was on hand to perform with Auerbach. Along with his solo efforts, the chat touches Auerbach’s many projects both as a producer and band member. Auerbach’s new home of Nashville is also examined during the interview along with several other topics.
Auerbach and McLaughlin can also be seen performing Waiting On A Song cuts “King Of A One Horse Town” and the title track, as well as the unreleased “Trouble Waits For You.” Head over to KCRW for the more information regarding the session which can be viewed below:
Live footage of Auerbach, McLaughlin and rest of the esteemed Easy Eye Sound band can be seen performing Waiting On A Song tracks “Cherrybomb” and “Malibu Man” in a pair of officially shared videos. Watch the footage from May 12 at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York here:
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