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Bourbon & Beyond Festival: The Black Keys, The Black Crowes, The Avett Brothers & Spoon (Time: TBD) - Saturday
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The Black Keys 2022 Tour Dates and Ticket Info
Grammy-winning rockers The Black Keys have just announced a 2022 tour titled the Dropout Boogie Tour. The band’s most recent album was Delta Kream which released in 2021. The new tour begins on July 9th in Las Vegas, NV and comes to an end on October 18th in Dallas, TX. Fans can expect tickets for ...Read More →
The Black Keys Have Resurrected Garage Rock For Us All
Which is why fans can’t miss their chance to see The Black Keys this Fall, as they tour behind their ninth LP ‘Let’s Rock’. The new album finds Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney in true, classic rock form. They realized their mission of getting back to basics, to the Rubber Factory and El Camino grunge. ‘Let’s Rock’ is a testament ...Read More →
Woodstock Updates As of 6/11 | How to Get the Cheapest Woodstock Tickets
6/11 UPDATE While those in charge with putting the festival together have been scratching and clawing to do whatever they can to ensure that it can still take place, it’s being reported that Woodstock 50 has now lost its venue in Watkins Glen, who has pulled out. This sadly may be a final death knell ...Read More →
The Black Keys Have Announced ‘Let’s Rock’, Their First Album In 5 Years
Back in March, when The Black Keys announced their North American tour with Modest Mouse, fans spiraled into hoping that this would be the year Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney return with a new album. Shortly after detailing their tour, the Black Keys enlivened hopes by dropping “Lo/Hi”, a classic blues-rock song that found Carney and Auerbach ...Read More →
Will the Black Keys Tour in 2019?
It’s been awhile since the Black Keys dropped their album Turn Blue. But Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney haven’t been any less busy since 2014. Auerbach has been leaning into his role as record producer by launching the Easy Eye Sound record label—named after his recording studio—in addition to releasing a solo album, Waiting on a Song, back ...Read More →