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The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach to Release Solo Album

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys will release a new solo album this spring.

    Auerbach is holding a listening party for the musicians who played on his first solo album since 2009 (due in the spring). They include bassist Dave Roe (who for 22 years backed Johnny Cash), plus drummer Gene Christman and pianist Bobby Wood, both of whom played on hits by Dusty Springfield and Elvis Presley as part of Memphis’ American Sound Studios house band. “I learned so much from these guys,” Auerbach says, calling the album “a whole history of everything I love about music.”

  2. SEANoftheDEAD


    That's great and all, but I'm really hoping the Keys release something somewhat soon. And more in the vein of how they used to be. They fell off big time.
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  3. Kuri44


    Turn Blue was a letdown, enjoyable but nothing amazing
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  4. takingback1738


    daddy dan is gonna bless us with a classic once again
  5. ConArdist

    Subgenres Should Die

    Love Dan, hate his little drummer douche, whatever the guy's name is.
  6. SEANoftheDEAD


    I felt the same way. Really wanted to like it but in the end, I felt like it was a letdown also.