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The Black Keys TicketsThe Black Keys is an American rock band from Akron, Ohio, with an independent, garage band sensibility. Its music is imbued with classic blues, though it has also dabbled in a more uptempo rock and roll style. For this reason, the band cites blues musicians Robert Johnson, Junior Kimbrough and Howlin' Wolf as important influences. The Black Keys has embraced its underground, garage band image. For a long time, the band even refused to license its music out for commercial purposes.
Gray GhostThe Black Keys consists of longtime childhood friends Dan Auerbach, who contributes guitar and vocals, and Patrick Carney, who is the drummer. The band epitomizes the garage band ethos; Auerbach and Carney literally recorded their music on an 8-track tape recorder in their garage. While on tour, the band traveled to each stop in a 1994 Chrysler van named the Gray Ghost. After dropping out of college, the band released its debut album, The Big Come Up, on May 14, 2002, under the independent record label Alive. The album drew enough positive attention that by the next year, the band was touring with Beck and Dashboard Confessional and had a major breakout performance at Coachella 2004. In the midst of all its success, The Black Keys finally transitioned to full-time studio recording and hired Danger Mouse as a producer. The band's fifth album, Attack & Release in 2008, was the first to earn an RIAA gold certification with more than half a million units sold in the United States. The extra attention and the refinement of the group's sound propelled it to even greater fame. The 2010 album, Brothers, peaked at No. 3 and sold more than 2 million copies in the United States alone. The next year, El Camino went platinum or multi-platinum in the United States, UK, Canada, France, Australia and other markets. The band followed it up with Turn Blue in 2014 and Let's Rock in 2019. The Black Keys is the recipient of five Grammy Awards out of 13 total nominations. In 2013 alone, the band won Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album for its work on El Camino. It has also won Best Alternative Music Album and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal in 2011.
Where can I purchase The Black Keys tickets?Tickets to The Black Keys concerts and events are available at StubHub, which offers a large selection of different events and concerts.
Is The Black Keys touring in 2019?The Black Keys is touring with fellow indie rock band Shannon and the Clams in November. They will also have a special one-night event with American blues musician Jimmy "Duck" Holmes.
Where will The Black Keys play?The Black Keys is touring throughout the United States and Canada. It will appear in large venues, including the Chase Center in San Francisco, the Toyota Center in Houston and TD Garden in Boston. The band will also appear at the Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas.
What is The Black Keys setlist like?The band's setlist includes "Dead and Gone," "Next Girl," "Same Old Thing," "Strange Times," "Run Right Back," "Nova Baby," "Leavin' Trunk," "Howlin' for You," "Too Afraid to Love You," "Money Maker," "Gotta Get Away," "She's Long Gone," "Fever," "Tighten Up," "Weight of Love," "Turn Blue," "Little Black Submarines," "Your Touch" and "Lonely Boy."
How long is The Black Keys concert?The Black Keys typically plays for approximately one to one-and-a-half hours, depending on the venue and performance.
Which artists are similar to The Black Keys?If you enjoy the music of The Black Keys, then you might want to check out the aforementioned indie band Modest Mouse, which is best known for its Grammy-nominated song "Float On."
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