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    The Black Keys' iHeartRadio Theater Set to Be Broadcast
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    The Black Keys recently gave an intimate performance for fans at the iHeartRadio Theater in New York City, featuring songs from their latest album, Turn Blue, and favorites from throughout their career. You can watch the performance tonight, June 18, at 10 PM ET, via iheart.com. Tune in then!

    Up next on The Black Keys' world tour are three festivals in Canada in July: Pemberton Music Festival and Rock the Shores in British Columbia and Osheaga Festival in Montreal. The band performs at the Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park in August. For details, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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The Black Keys' iHeartRadio Theater Set to Be Broadcast

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The Black Keys recently gave an intimate performance for fans at the iHeartRadio Theater in New York City, featuring songs from their latest album, Turn Blue, and favorites from throughout their career. Watch the performance tonight, June 18, at 10 PM ET, via iheart.com.

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The Black Keys recently gave an intimate performance for fans at the iHeartRadio Theater in New York City, featuring songs from their latest album, Turn Blue, and favorites from throughout their career. You can watch the performance tonight, June 18, at 10 PM ET, via iheart.com. Tune in then!

Up next on The Black Keys' world tour are three festivals in Canada in July: Pemberton Music Festival and Rock the Shores in British Columbia and Osheaga Festival in Montreal. The band performs at the Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park in August. For details, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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