Why See The Black Keys?
The Black Keys are officially back! Following the release of 'Lo/Hi', the blues-rock duo's first tune in five years, 2019 will see them return to the road on the extensive Let's Rock tour. The three-time Grammy winners will be joined by Modest Mouse as they bring their raw garage licks to a stage a near you.
Ohio natives Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney first formed the 'keys back in 2001 and amassed a dedicated fanbase as they made their way through the indie underground, playing clubs all over the world and self-releasing albums. 2010 saw them hop over to the mainstream with fifth record Brothers and lead single 'Tighten Up' crashing onto the airwaves. The heavy blues sound with '60s style production carried over to the follow up 'El Camino', cementing them as one of the best alternative bands of the decade.
Performance date: 27 September 2019
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