The Black Keys Modest Mouse & Shannon and the Clams Tickets
American rock band The Black Keys recently dropped the song Lo/Hi. It’s their first new track in five years. Now the rock duo comprising drummer Patrick Carney and frontman Dan Auerbach are all set to hit the road. Dubbed, "Let’s Rock Tour," the outing includes 31 dates and Modest Mouse will open all shows. Besides, the trek will feature a number of artists that the duo has collaborated with in the past. These include Shannon & the Clams who released the studio album titled Onion via Easy Eye Records in February 2018. So if you are interested in being part of any of the upcoming concerts, do not wait any further to get your hands on The Black Keys, Modest Mouse & Shannon and the Clams tickets.
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The two-piece music band The Black Keys consisting of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney was formed back in the year 2001. The two musicians were in their early 20s when they released their debut album titled The Big Come Up in 2002. They primarily played raw blues-rock music with soul, funk and influences of rock. Before the end of the year, the band cracked a deal with Fat Possum Records.
Rise to Fame
In 2003, The Black Keys released the album Thickfreakness and followed it up with a mini record titled The Six Parts Seven and a full-length studio album called Rubber Factory. It was the latter that brought the duo stardom in the true sense. Their music was used in a commercial of Victoria’s Secret and in a movie starring Justin Timberlake and Christina Ricci. It received favorable reviews from the critics and was the band’s first record to chart on the US Billboard 200.
The success of Rubber Factory was huge but that did not push them to rushing into releasing their next studio project. They came out with an EP instead. Titled Chulahoma: The Songs of Junior Kimbrough, it hit the shelves in the year 2007. Besides treating their fans to their new collection, the EP was recorded to pay tribute to their friend Junior Kimbrough who passed away in 1998.
In 2009, The Black Keys dropped the record Attack & Release. Although its music was leaked before its official release, it still performed well on the music charts. The album debuted at the fourteenth spot on the Billboard Hot 200. Its song "I Got Mine" was named among the songs of the year by the renowned publication Rolling Stones.
After gaining recognition as a duo, the two musicians started to work as solo musicians. Auerbach released a solo album called Keeping It Hid while Carney formed another music band.
Soon after the two musicians completed their side projects, they reunited and released the album Brothers in May of 2010. The track-list featured a total of fifteen songs. The record hit the third spot on the Billboard Hot 200. It also sold 73,000 copies which is their highest selling debut so far. The single Tighten Up topped the Billboard Rock and Alternative Songs chart.
The latest and eighth studio album by Black Keys is Turn Blue. It was released via Nonesuch Records in May 2014. The album debuted at the number one spot on the US Billboard 200 and sold 164,000 copies in its first week. It also topped the Canadian Albums chart and sold 21,000 copies. Among the most popular songs on the collection are Fever, Gotta Get Away and Bullet in the Brain.
Let’s Rock Tour
The Black Keys have dropped their first new song in five years – Lo/Hi. Just a week after the track’s release, they announced to launch a tour this fall. The "Let’s Rock Tour" includes 31 dates, kicking off with an appearance at the Life is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas. That will be followed by 30 concerts in various arenas. The final show is scheduled to take place in November at the Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. So check out the complete itinerary and buy The Black Keys, Modest Mouse & Shannon and the Clams tickets for the show in your city.
The Black Keys Modest Mouse & Shannon and the Clams Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for The Black Keys Modest Mouse & Shannon and the Clams tickets is $193. The date and location for this event is 24-Nov-19 at Rogers Arena, Vancouver. The minimum get-in price for The Black Keys Modest Mouse & Shannon and the Clams tickets is $67.
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|The Black Keys, Modest Mouse & Shannon and the Clams||Vancouver||24-Nov-19||$193||$67|
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