The Black Keys will be having a series of concerts from July to August as well as in October. They will be visiting the cities and states of New York NY, Council Bluffs IA, Toronto ON, Fresno CA, Santa Barbara CA, San Diego CA, Los Angeles CA, Anaheim CA, Phoenix AZ, La Cruces NM, and Austin Texas.
The Black Keys is the rock duo of two college dropouts namely Patrick Carney on the drums and Dan Auerbach on guitars and vocals. While other college students were studying lessons, the two cut their journey two success by forming a rock band duo. Emerging from Akron, Ohio, Carney and Auerbach surfaced in the music industry as one of the popular garage bands on the second wave of artists from the 2000. Though their success was a trip and fall journey, the dynamic duo had finally serenaded their success in 2011 where they sold over two million copies of their latest album. This triumph gave The Black Keys the chance to reintroduce themselves in the music industry, but this time in the mainstream scene.
Emanating with a raw blues sound, The Black Keys started off their career by touring on small clubs, frequently releasing album releases, and appearing on music festivals all over the country. They eventually had the chance to license their songs and hit the mark in creating an underground fan base for their proud little band. The Black Keys is one of those bands who figured out their way of making music on their own. With the absence of sponsorship and contracts from prestigious music labels, they self-produced their first four albums in makeshift studios.
It was only in 2008 when they first signed up with a professional studio and hired professional producer Danger Mouse to record their fifth album “Attack and Release”. However, it was in 2010 when they greeted the world with commercial breakthrough with the album Brothers which contains the popular single “Tighten Up” and won three Grammys. Surging further on the zenith of their success, they released another album in 2011 which is called El Camino. This gave them the grand opportunity to be noticed and given second looks by music critics and was given positive reviews and commending titles. El Camino landed at the second spot on the Billboard 200 chart that same year and paved way for the very first arenas concert tour of The Black Keys.
In the history of their career, thy can definitely say that they were one of those bands who ignited their popularity and presence in the music industry with their own toil, perseverance and sweat. Good thing, Auerbach and Carney were two crafty musicians who have the burning passion and humility while they were starting of with just a drum set and a guitar on their makeshift studios.
The albums that the band has released are The Big Come Up (2002), Thickfreakness (2003), Rubber Factory (2004), The Magic Potion (2006), Attack and Release (2007), Brothers (2010), and El Camino (2011).
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