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The Black Keys are a rock and roll duo from Akron, Ohio. The Black Keys consists of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, two very talented multi-instrumentalists. The Black Keys released their debut album in 2002, titled The Big Come Up, from which they quickly build up a steady underground following. In 2002, The Black Keys performed their first live show at Cleveland’s Beachland Ballroom and Tavern. The garage rock and lo-fi elements that composed their first album, The Big Come Up, paved the way for their musical career by establishing them in the blues and rock community. The Black Keys second album, Thickfreakness was released in 2003, featuring the songs “Set You Free”, “Hard Row” and a cover songs from Richard Berry, “Have Love, Will Travel” done in their own unique lo-fi style. That same year, The Black Keys performed at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. Later that year, The Black Keys went on tour with Dashboard Confessional, Beck, and Sleater-Kinney. The Black Keys released an EP in 2004 titled The Moan, which included the song “Have Love, Will Travel” and others. The band also toured that year, playing big name festivals such as Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and Bonnaroo. On their third studio album, Rubber Factory, The Black Keys finally broke into the Billboard Top 200 album chart. On their following tour, the band played shows at Lolapalooza and other music festivals. The band’s fourth studio album was titled Magic Potion, featuring the songs “You’re the One”, “Your Touch”, and “Just Got To Be”. In 2007, The Black Keys released their fifth studio album, Attack & Release, recorded primarily of unused content from a Danger Mouse collaboration. The album included the songs “Strange Times”, “I Got Mine”, “Oceans and Streams” and “Same Old Thing”. The Black Keys’ sixth studio album, Brother, was their most popular yet. Released in 2010, the album featured their hit song, “Tighten Up”, which won an MTV Video Music Award for Breakthrough Video. The Black Keys’ critically acclaimed seventh studio album was titled El Camino, released in 2011. On this album, nearly every track was a hit single, including the songs “Lonely Boy”, “Dead and Gone”, “Gold on the Ceiling”, Little Black Submarines”, “Money Maker”, and many more. Don’t miss your chance to see The Black Keys perform live in concert. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for The Black Keys Tickets.

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The Black Keys Tour – 2015

The Black Keys toured throughout 2015, headlining several major music festivals and playing to sold out arenas and stadiums all across the US. During their 2015 tour, The Black Keys performed many hit songs from their 2011 and 2010 albums, including “Strange Times”, “I Got Mine”, “Oceans and Streams”, “Same Old Thing”, “Tighten Up”, “Lonely Boy”, “Dead and Gone”, “Gold on the Ceiling”, Little Black Submarines”, “Money Maker”, and more. The Black Keys shows are characteristic of their blues and garage rock roots, catchy guitar riffs, and lo-fi rock instrumentals.