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San Francisco’s soon-to-open Chase Center arena will host concerts by Metallica, Dave Matthews Band, The Black Keys and more.
Tickets go on sale soon for The Black Keys’ 2019 North American Tour dates with Modest Mouse supporting.
The Black Keys are back with their first new music since 2014. Listen to “Lo/Hi” written and produced by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney.
Dan Auerbach weighs in on his and The Black Keys unpleasant experience inducting Steve Miller into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in a new interview.
The Black Keys drummer took to Twitter to claim the guitarist tried to fight him in a bar last night.
Listen to The Arcs’ ‘Yours, Dreamily’ a week before the Grateful Dead-inspired album hits stores.
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Latest The Black Keys Setlist
The Black Keys at Golden Gate Park
- Dead and Gone
- Next Girl
- Run Right Back
- Same Old Thing
- Gold on the Ceiling
- Strange Times
- Nova Baby
- Leavin' Trunk
- Too Afraid to Love You
- Howlin' for You
- I Got Mine
- Money Maker
- Gotta Get Away
- She's Long Gone
- Tighten Up
- Your Touch
- Lonely Boy
- Little Black Submarines
About The Black Keys
The Black Keys’ critically acclaimed Nonesuch album, El Camino, is certified RIAA Platinum. Internationally, the record is Gold in Belgium, Spain and Holland; Platinum in Ireland, France and the UK; and double Platinum in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. This summer, the band will embark on a nationwide European tour.
Last year, the duo won three awards at the 55th annual Grammy Awards—Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album. The band also performed their Platinum-selling single “Lonely Boy” with Dr. John and Preservation Hall Jazz Band at the live, televised ceremony. The band now has a total of six Grammy Awards, including three in 2010 for their breakout, RIAA Platinum album, Brothers.
Released December 6, 2011, El Camino was produced by Danger Mouse and The Black Keys and was recorded in the band’s adopted hometown of Nashville during the spring of 2011. The record debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top 200 and the band is the #1 most played artist at Alternative and AAA radio formats for 2012. The album’s first single, “Lonely Boy,” reached #1 on the Alternative and AAA charts; it also entered the top 10 at Rock radio. The second single, “Gold on the Ceiling,” also reached #1 on Alternative radio and the third single, “Little Black Submarines” reached top 3 at Alternative radio.
Touring highlights over the past few years include sold-out shows at Chicago’s United Center and DC’s Verizon Center; two nights at New York’s Madison Square Garden; and headlining appearances at Coachella, Lollapalooza, ACL Festival, The Global Poverty Project’s Global Festival, the Ottawa Bluesfest and the Forecastle Festival. The band has also toured extensively overseas this year, including two sold-out shows at the O2 Arena in London. Additionally, on December 15, 2012 the duo joined The Rolling Stones on stage for their final “50 and Counting” concert.
Umphrey’s McGee teamed with Big Something’s Casey Conrad on a Rolling Stones cover and unearthed a true rarity last night at Stage AE.
Widespread Panic returned to The Capitol Theatre for the first time in 27 years kicking off their first-ever headlining run at the historic rock palace on Friday night.
The music of Van Morrison was interpreted by an all-star collection of musician last night at Carnegie Hall.
Watch Trey Anastasio perform his first-ever full solo acoustic show at the 2008 Newport Folk Festival.
Andrew Bird will support his just-released new album ‘My Finest Work Yet’ with an extensive tour in support.