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    The Black Keys Begin Next Leg of "Let's Rock" Tour
    Reid Long

    The Black Keys are heading back out on the road this week to start their second leg of their tour of North America, supported by Modest Mouse and Easy Eye Sound artists Shannon and the Clams. This leg of the tour begins at BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida, and makes stops in Orlando, Raleigh, Atlanta, Houston, Austin, Fort Worth, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Tacoma, and Vancouver. "It’s all about the groove and being able to lock in to all those guitars,” Dan Auerbach tells Rolling Stone about putting together the setlist for the tour. “It’s just fun." See below for details and tickets, and visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    The Black Keys' ninth studio album, "Let's Rock," was released in June via Easy Eye Sound/Nonesuch Records. "From top to bottom, the 12-track 'Let’s Rock' holds tight to captivating instrumentation, with guitar at the center," says the Associated Press. "The Black Keys are rock royalty and to the relief of many, they aren’t quite ready to relinquish their reign." "Let's Rock" is available on all formats here.

    THE BLACK KEYS ON TOUR

    Nov 5 BB&T Center Sunrise, FL
    Nov 6 Amway Center Orlando, FL
    Nov 8 PNC Arena Raleigh, NC
    Nov 9 State Farm Arena Atlanta, GA
    Nov 12 Toyota Center Houston, TX
    Nov 13 Frank Erwin Center Austin, TX
    Nov 14 Dickies Arena Fort Worth, TX
    Nov 16 Talking Stick Resort Arena Phoenix, AZ
    Nov 17 Pechanga Arena San Diego, CA
    Nov 19 The Forum Los Angeles, CA
    Nov 20 Chase Center San Francisco, CA
    Nov 22 Moda Center Portland, OR
    Nov 23 Tacoma Dome Tacoma, WA
    Nov 24 Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC
         

     

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The Black Keys Begin Next Leg of "Let's Rock" Tour

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The Black Keys are heading back out on the road this week to start their second leg of their tour of North America, supported by Modest Mouse and Shannon and the Clams. This leg of the tour begins in Sunrise, Florida, and makes stops in Orlando, Raleigh, Atlanta, Houston, Austin, Fort Worth, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Tacoma, and Vancouver. "It’s all about the groove and being able to lock in to all those guitars,” Dan Auerbach tells Rolling Stone about putting together the setlist for the tour. “It’s just fun."

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The Black Keys are heading back out on the road this week to start their second leg of their tour of North America, supported by Modest Mouse and Easy Eye Sound artists Shannon and the Clams. This leg of the tour begins at BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida, and makes stops in Orlando, Raleigh, Atlanta, Houston, Austin, Fort Worth, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Tacoma, and Vancouver. "It’s all about the groove and being able to lock in to all those guitars,” Dan Auerbach tells Rolling Stone about putting together the setlist for the tour. “It’s just fun." See below for details and tickets, and visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

The Black Keys' ninth studio album, "Let's Rock," was released in June via Easy Eye Sound/Nonesuch Records. "From top to bottom, the 12-track 'Let’s Rock' holds tight to captivating instrumentation, with guitar at the center," says the Associated Press. "The Black Keys are rock royalty and to the relief of many, they aren’t quite ready to relinquish their reign." "Let's Rock" is available on all formats here.

THE BLACK KEYS ON TOUR

Nov 5 BB&T Center Sunrise, FL
Nov 6 Amway Center Orlando, FL
Nov 8 PNC Arena Raleigh, NC
Nov 9 State Farm Arena Atlanta, GA
Nov 12 Toyota Center Houston, TX
Nov 13 Frank Erwin Center Austin, TX
Nov 14 Dickies Arena Fort Worth, TX
Nov 16 Talking Stick Resort Arena Phoenix, AZ
Nov 17 Pechanga Arena San Diego, CA
Nov 19 The Forum Los Angeles, CA
Nov 20 Chase Center San Francisco, CA
Nov 22 Moda Center Portland, OR
Nov 23 Tacoma Dome Tacoma, WA
Nov 24 Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC
     

 

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The Black Keys 2019 on tour by Reid Long

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