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    Listen: The Black Keys Talk with Rick Rubin on "Broken Record" Podcast
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    "The Black Keys are the last rock and roll band to really matter," says the Broken Record podcast. Bandmates Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are the guests on the latest episode and talk with host Rick Rubin about everything from their early days together to their new album, "Let's Rock," and even share some unreleased songs. You can hear it below.

    "We started playing when we were sixteen and seventeen before we were a band," Auerbach says, "and we learned how to play together ... We always recorded ourselves because that's what was so much fun. That's what we were into. The first time I ever saw a four-track was at Pat's house. So, the beginnings of The Black Keys were a recording."

    "Let's Rock," was released in June via Easy Eye Sound/Nonesuch Records and is available on all formats here. The Black Keys are touring North America through next week, with shows in Texas, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. For details and tickets, see below and visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    THE BLACK KEYS ON TOUR

    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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Listen: The Black Keys Talk with Rick Rubin on "Broken Record" Podcast

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"The Black Keys are the last rock and roll band to really matter," says the Broken Record podcast. Bandmates Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney talk with host Rick Rubin about everything from their early days together to their new album, "Let's Rock," and even share some unreleased songs. "We started playing when we were sixteen and seventeen before we were a band," Auerbach says, "and we learned how to play together ... We always recorded ourselves because that's what was so much fun ... So, the beginnings of The Black Keys were a recording." Hear it here.

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"The Black Keys are the last rock and roll band to really matter," says the Broken Record podcast. Bandmates Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are the guests on the latest episode and talk with host Rick Rubin about everything from their early days together to their new album, "Let's Rock," and even share some unreleased songs. You can hear it below.

"We started playing when we were sixteen and seventeen before we were a band," Auerbach says, "and we learned how to play together ... We always recorded ourselves because that's what was so much fun. That's what we were into. The first time I ever saw a four-track was at Pat's house. So, the beginnings of The Black Keys were a recording."

"Let's Rock," was released in June via Easy Eye Sound/Nonesuch Records and is available on all formats here. The Black Keys are touring North America through next week, with shows in Texas, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. For details and tickets, see below and visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

THE BLACK KEYS ON TOUR

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, Rick Rubin: "Broken Record," November 2019

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