Akron, Ohio-based rock duo The Black Keys caused major pandemonium at Seattle’s KeyArena last night.
The sold out show which was also being simulcasted live on 107.7 The End brought out many to see Dan Auerbach (vocals and guitar) and Patrick Carney (drums) do their thing.
The duo, who frequently collaborates with producer Danger Mouse (Broken Bells, Gnarls Barkley), played many hits from their 8-album discography, including many new songs from their latest release Turn Blue.
English singer Jake Bugg was the opener, and didn’t disappoint his loyal fan base. But for many, finally seeing The Black Keys live brought out not only people from all over Seattle, but from all over the Pacific Northwest.
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