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The Black Keys[ edit ] Main article: Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney first met when they were eight or nine years old while living in the same neighborhood of Akron, Ohio. Auerbach initially went to record a demo with his band at the time but no one showed up.
He and Carney then decided that they would just play instead. What came out of that session was ultimately sent out to several labels to try and secure a record deal. Their third album, Rubber Factory was released in and received critical acclaim, it boosted the band's profile, eventually leading to a record deal with major label Nonesuch Records in Their follow-up El Camino received strong reviews and reached number two on the Billboard chart, leading to the first arena concert tour of the band's career, the El Camino Tour.
The album and its hit single " Lonely Boy " won three Grammy Awards. Inthey released their eighth album, Turn Bluetheir first number-one record in the US, Canada, and Australia. The Black Keys, back inwere one of only a couple bands in Saturday Night Live 's history to appear as the musical guest twice in one year.
They played the January 8th episode as well as the December 3rd episode. Parked beside it, on concrete slowly ceding to weeds, is a trio of Chevy pick-up trucks. Of course, this is the place the Black Keys suggested for lunch.
Where else to meet a rock band whose career has been one long and dogged slowburn founded on a lack of pretension? Singer-guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Pat Carney are sitting side by side in a booth, scoffing cheeseburgers while appreciating the gathering of gnarly boozers at the jukebox in the corner. The story has Auerbach shaking and wheezing with laughter. Watching these two crack each other up in a scruffy roadside diner, I have to remind myself just how huge the Black Keys are these days.
The Black Keys: success, depression and divorce
Now with eight albums and seven Grammys to their name, the ubiquity of their songs is such that they've probably soundtracked some part of your life even if you don't realise it. Intickets for their Madison Square Garden show sold out in 15 minutes. That's faster than Jay Z.
The pair have lived in Nashville for the last four years, a period of their lives that comprises their best of times professionally and their worst of times personally. Both 34 years old, both now divorced, their upcoming album Turn Blue is freighted with the pain and the weariness of the past few years. As a result, it's the most sophisticated and affecting thing they've done. Reading this on mobile?
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Click here to view In August, while they were recording Turn Blue in LA, Auerbach finalised his divorce from Stephanie Gonis, gaining temporary custody of their six-year-old daughter. It's been a painfully public break-up: Gonis made accusations of abuse, Auerbach claimed she made suicide attempts in front of their daughter.
The press gorged on the lurid details, including a lock of Bob Dylan's hair that Gonis won in the settlement. Today, his grief and exhaustion are palpable.
I do know that, subconsciously, sadness can have a huge effect on an album. With this record, I didn't try to push it in any direction but it came out pretty…" he trails off. The word he eventually settles on is "moody", but I'd offer "melancholy", not an emotion that the Black Keys' rootsy, brawny grooves previously gave much credence to.
Auerbach was captain of the American football team, a jock, albeit a long-haired, stoner jock with a penchant for bluesman Junior Kimbrough; Carney, by contrast, was a lanky nerd who'd geek out over Television, the Stooges and the Stones. They only connected when their older brothers suggested they get together to make music.
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The first time they jammed in Carney's basement, they improvised a six-track demo, a copy of which found its way to LA label Alive Naturalsound, which signed them without having seen them play. Their debut, The Big Come Up, was released in For the next few years, the Black Keys slugged it out on the toilet circuit, but even as the Strokes-fuelled garage rock revival gathered momentum, significant radio play and media attention escaped them. It took a car commercial to jump-start their career: