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    Listen: The Black Keys' Patrick Carney Talks with Carrie Brownstein for The Talkhouse Podcast
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    The Black Keys' Patrick Carney, fresh off the release of the band's new album, Turn Blue, and its debut as the #1 album on the Billboard 200, the band's (and Nonesuch Records') first, spoke with Carrie Brownstein, of the band Sleater-Kinney and the IFC show Portlandia for The Talkhouse Podcast. The Black Keys opened for Sleater-Kinney back in 2003. "It’s a revealing, thought-provoking conversation that only two musicians could have," says The Talkhouse. You can hear it for yourself below.

    Earlier this week, The Black Keys confirmed several additional North American tour dates, including shows in Ottawa, Oakland, Sacramento, and Los Angeles as well as additional nights in Brooklyn and Chicago. Special guests during the extensive tour include Cage The Elephant, Jake Bugg, and St. Vincent. General on sale for the newly announced dates starts Friday, June 6, at 10 AM local time. For all of the band's upcoming tour dates, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    To pick up a copy of Turn Blue, which is now the #1 album on the CMJ Top 200 radio chart—the band's fifth such album—head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout.

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Listen: The Black Keys' Patrick Carney Talks with Carrie Brownstein for The Talkhouse Podcast

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The Black Keys' Patrick Carney, fresh off the release of the band's new album, Turn Blue, and its debut as the #1 album, spoke with Carrie Brownstein, of the band Sleater-Kinney and the IFC show Portlandia for The Talkhouse Podcast. The Black Keys opened for Sleater-Kinney back in 2003. "It’s a revealing, thought-provoking conversation that only two musicians could have," says The Talkhouse. You can hear it for yourself here.

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The Black Keys' Patrick Carney, fresh off the release of the band's new album, Turn Blue, and its debut as the #1 album on the Billboard 200, the band's (and Nonesuch Records') first, spoke with Carrie Brownstein, of the band Sleater-Kinney and the IFC show Portlandia for The Talkhouse Podcast. The Black Keys opened for Sleater-Kinney back in 2003. "It’s a revealing, thought-provoking conversation that only two musicians could have," says The Talkhouse. You can hear it for yourself below.

Earlier this week, The Black Keys confirmed several additional North American tour dates, including shows in Ottawa, Oakland, Sacramento, and Los Angeles as well as additional nights in Brooklyn and Chicago. Special guests during the extensive tour include Cage The Elephant, Jake Bugg, and St. Vincent. General on sale for the newly announced dates starts Friday, June 6, at 10 AM local time. For all of the band's upcoming tour dates, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

To pick up a copy of Turn Blue, which is now the #1 album on the CMJ Top 200 radio chart—the band's fifth such album—head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout.

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