The Black Keys’ drummer has nothing good to say about how the Irish rock legends released ‘Songs of Innocence’ via Apple and iTunes.
The band played as if everyone – fans who paid for their tickets, or the many V.I.P.s, deserved a great show, and that’s what they gave them, from the opening song to the encore of “Everlasting Light” and “I Got Mine.”
There’s a new beef brewing in the music world, pitting Patrick Carney of the Black Keys against pop star Justin Bieber.
With bands continually looking for ways to augment income in face of decreasing across-the-board record sales, brazen advertisers have allowed the Black Keys to turn commercial lawsuits into a lucrative revenue stream.
Armed with a head of lettuce, Dan Auerbach pursues RZA through the kitchen of a Chinese restaurant only to be beaten upside the
head with a fish. This is just one of the hilarious fight sequences in “The Baddest Man Alive.”
The Black Keys already have a video out for their infectious song “Gold On The Ceiling.” It features them going through their tour grind and is a classic artistically done day-in-the-life rockstar montage. But the […]
One band is claiming that Nickelback and streaming services like Spotify are the main culprits in why rock n’ roll as a music genre is dying right before our eyes.