Watch: The Black Keys Perform on ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’

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The Black Keys stopped by The Kelly Clarkson Show to perform “It Ain’t Over,” from their album Dropout Boogie. You can watch it here. The band has been nominated for two Grammy Awards: Best Rock Album for Dropout Boogie and Best Rock Performance for the album track "Wild Child.” Dan Auerbach is up for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical. 

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The Black Keys stopped by The Kelly Clarkson Show to perform “It Ain’t Over,” from their new album, Dropout Boogie. You can watch the performance here:

The band has been nominated for two Grammy Awards yesterday: Best Rock Album for Dropout Boogie and Best Rock Performance for the album track "Wild Child.” You can hear the album and get it here. Dan Auerbach is up for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical. You can find news on all fifteen of the 2022 Nonesuch Grammy nominations here.

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The Black Keys: 'The Kelly Clarkson Show,' November 2022
  • Tuesday, November 15, 2022
    Watch: The Black Keys Perform on ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’
    The Kelly Clarkson Show

    The Black Keys stopped by The Kelly Clarkson Show to perform “It Ain’t Over,” from their new album, Dropout Boogie. You can watch the performance here:

    The band has been nominated for two Grammy Awards yesterday: Best Rock Album for Dropout Boogie and Best Rock Performance for the album track "Wild Child.” You can hear the album and get it here. Dan Auerbach is up for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical. You can find news on all fifteen of the 2022 Nonesuch Grammy nominations here.

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