The Black Keys — those two blues- and garage-loving Ohioans best known for recording raw, stripped-down, "mid-fi" albums — picked up four Grammy awards last night.
In this GW summit, the two guitarists sit down for a talk about the long history of the blues and its enduring power in the 21st century.
The Black Keys, the power-packed Akron duo who released Brothers in 2010 and followed it soon after with 2011's El Camino, have already started sessions for their next album.
The Black Keys have just premiered the fourth music video from their latest studio album, El Camino. Check out the video for "Little Black Submarines" below.
ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach talk about a shared love of vinyl records in this excerpt from our October 2012 cover story.
The Black Keys have filed a lawsuit against Pizza Hut and Home Depot, saying the two companies have used their tunes in ads without getting the band's permission.
The original music video for "Gold on the Ceiling" by The Black Keys has been available on the band's YouTube channel for about three months.
Today, NPR debuted the new music video for "Revolution" from Dr. John's new album, Locked Down, which was produced by Black Keys guitarist and vocalist Dan Auerbach, who also plays on the album.
Back in January, the Black Keys made tabloid-style headlines everywhere after drummer Patrick Carney singled the band out in a Rolling Stone interview as the cause of the death of rock and roll.
Check out the new music video for "Gold on the Ceiling" from the Black Keys' late-2011 release, El Camino, which made Guitar World's list of last year's 50 best studio albums.