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The Black Keys is a blues- rock band comprising the vocalist-guitarist Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carnay on drums; they are a duo of college drop outs. Both these artists were in their early twenties when the band debuted back in 2001. The group is highly influenced by the soul, funk, raw blues and rock genres and one of their trademarks is that they prefer to use lo-fi and simple recording methods and refuse to use big-shot recording studios. Dan's mature and exclusive vocals alongside the bands funky style have led this group to great acclaim and success. Hailing from Akron, Ohio the group has managed to amass a loyal fan base. The electrifying performances of the duo force the audience out of their seats as they dance and perform air-guitars to the rhythms of their music. The band is all set to perform in Las Vegas, so for all those who cherish a one of a kind live experience that is bound to blow one's mind, we have now cheap Black Keys tickets.
Auerbach survived his first few years performing gigs at small bars in Akron and soon met up with Carnay to record their demo tapes. The band's first break came when they signed with the indie record label company named Alive which was based in Los Angeles. Their initial album 'The Big Up' surfaced in 2002 and it was recorded in Carney's basement using just an 8-track tape recorder. The album covered songs by blue music legends including Muddy Waters, R.L Burnside and Jr. Kimbrough. The album's single "I'll Be Your Man" was used as a theme song in the HBO series 'Hung'. Soon after their first album the band started touring and booking a non-stop streak of show after show. In 2003 they signed with Fat Possum Labels and recorded their second album "ThickFreakness". This album recorded in a shocking time frame of just half a day, managed to reap great success and soon became the talk of the town. However the first album from this garage rock band to hit the US Billboard 200 charts and peak at number 143 was "Rubber Factory". This record received critical acclaim, many magazines like 'The New Yorker' and "Entertainment Weekly' even named it the best album of the year 2004.
The pair released their first live video album soon, before playing at the Lollapalooza Music Festival. This album was recorded live in 2005 at the Metro Theatre located in Sydney, Australia. Around this time Black Keys was now opening for iconic music bands like Radiohead, Pearl Jam, Sleater-Kinney and Beck. The band released a total of seven albums to date and their album "Attack and Release" ranked at number 14 on the Billboard 200.
More recently their breakthrough single 'Tighten Up' from the sixth album "Brothers" was preceded as the albums leading song and was not only certified Gold but was also the first one to reach the Billboard 100 and later certified Double Platinum in Canada. The same hit single also earned them an MTV Video Music Award for its video. As far as the Grammy Awards are concerned, the band managed to clench three out of five nominations, which they earned in 2011. "El Camino" their most recent record proved a wide-reaching hit. It is considered by many publications including Time Magazine and Rolling Stone as among the best albums of the year 2011. The album was certified Platinum in three countries including the US and UK, whereas it was also certified Double Platinum in Canada, New Zealand and Australia. The album also managed to produce the thrilling and worldwide chart topping single 'Lonely Boy'. During the same year the group headlined in numerous music festivals including Coachella, Catapala Music Festival and Osheaga. Through 2011, the group had managed to sell around two million records in the United States.
The recent success of the band has secured them an overflow of tours all over the globe. In their latest itinerary they are performing at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. So for those who find the soft blue and rock beats irresistible be sure to catch Black Keys and book your deals as cheap Black Keys tickets are now available.
In case you're tired of every day routine and need a melodious break then treat yourself to an evening filled with blues music. Since we are discussing blues, how can we not mention the Black Keys. The group is synonymous with the blues music genre. Anyone who can't resist soft blues beats, simply finds Black Keys irresistible. To spend an evening absorbed in bitter sweet memories make sure to book you're the Black Keys tickets from us now! These tickets sell out fast so make sure you click on your deal now.Formed at the crack of the new millennium, Black Keys is an Indie rock blues group based in America. This two piece band has acquired world class fame and includes, members, Patrick Carney on drums and Dan Auerbach on lead vocals. He is also the guitarist in the group. They surfaced in the music industry with their debut album, "The Big Come Up," released on alive Records. It was a phenomenal hit and spawned a great deal of attention from the critics and as well as the fans. People loved them for that dark sexy brew they offered their fans. Their songs always maintained a steady balance of blues and rock and incorporated them both in equal proportions. The Black Keys have been nominated for plenty of awards including three Billboard Music Awards: Top Alternative Album for their acclaimed 2010 release, Brothers, Top Alternative Artists, and Top Rock Album. The Black Keys have proved their strengths and capabilities to friends and foes alike. They have proved the size does matter myth wrong by achieving great success with just being a two member band. They may be two in number but watch out for this deadly duo is all set for their upcoming performance. Their fame can be assessed by the numbers of records they have sold till late 2010. Believe it or not the numbers equals 1.7 million!
They have been called counterparts of the White Stripes for they share several surface similarities. Both hailing from the Midwest, their names tend to be color coded and both happen to be guitar and drum rock duos, yet they have their own distinct style which happens go be tougher with a purest streak that is never heard of in the Stripes music. However all this does not make them blues traditionalists. While debuting they included the Beatles Psychedelic Classic "She Said She Said" in their album as well which was a clear indication that the band had fascination with sound and texture. They released the Album "Attack and Release" in 2008 where they adapted a different style all together. Right from the time they debuted till 2008 they efforts were made by the duo to establish themselves as a rock and roll band that had a brutal and primal force and songwriters having considerable depths and vision. Proof of this are the albums, Thickfreakness releasing 2003 and following it, 2004's Rubber Factory. The Rubber Factory indeed helped the band escalate the success ladder. The former was also a great success receiving rave reviews from the critics. It also managed to spawn three amazing hits including, "Hard Row" and "Set You Free."
The band formed in Ohio and as they told in an interview that they decided on the name for the band from inspired from a psychotic artist. Many of their songs have been famous and featured ala well. For instance "I'll Be Your Man" was used as the theme for HBO series, Hung. "Breaks" was featured in the film, Rockn Rolla. The Black Keys have always managed ton leave their signature tune in the audience members heads. For years the duo has been muddying the musical waters with their own grimy brand of rock which strips off the polish that most bands show off and brag about. It takes away that glittery pop sheen that we are accustomed to seeing in other rock acts and presents to you something that is raw, true and definitely very original. As the Black Keys tickets are with us make sure you book your deal from before they are sold out!
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The average The Black Keys tickets will cost you $134 for the event being held on 16/10/2020 at Central Park - Atlanta, Atlanta. The minimum get in price is $109 at Central Park - Atlanta.
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