The Black Keys win three awards at the 55th annual Grammy Awards - Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album.
The Black Keys are nominated for five awards at the 55th annual Grammy Awards - "Album of the Year," "Record of the Year," "Best Rock Performance," "Best Rock Song" and "Best Rock Album."
That's right, new music from Tegan and Sara. Get excited because this may very well be the best output of twin sisters Quin's thirteen year career.
In addition to making his debut as a big-screen director, co-writer and leading man for the action-adventure, RZA also acted as executive producer for the soundtrack and score albums along with Quentin Tarantino and others.
On July 17, Cleopatra Records is releasing Black On Blues, an all-star tribute to The Black Keys featuring artists from all genres of music.
Canadian pop-rock icons Tegan and Sara have announced that they will hit the road with The Black Keys for the extension of their U.S. tour later this year.
'Rave On Buddy Holly' is set for release June 28 via Fantasy/Concord.
Lovingly curated by music supervisor Randall Poster, the album features covers by The Black Keys, Paul McCartney, Florence and the Machine, Modest Mouse, My Morning Jacket, Julian Casablancas, Fiona Apple, Cee-Lo, and more.
Arcade Fire's The Suburbs voted Best Album of 2010 by NPR Music's All Songs Considered listeners.
The Black Keys, The National, Mumford & Sons, and Broken Bells complete the Top 5.
Jessica Lea Mayfield makes Nonesuch Records debut with Tell Me, out February 8th.
Produced by The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, the album follows Mayfield's acclaimed 2008 release, With Blasphemy So Heartfelt, which debuted in the CMJ Top 200 and in the top 50 on the "Indie Albums" chart.
The Black Keys' Tighten Up hits #1 at Modern Rock Radio.
After seven months at radio, "Tighten Up," the first single from The Black Keys' acclaimed May 2010 release, Brothers, is #1 at Modern Rock radio (on both the BDS/Billboard and Mediabase charts). This is the duo's first #1 hit as well as the first in Nonesuch's 40-plus year history.