Dan tearing it down at the Green Door in OKC. Notice his amazing guitar, it was a Fender with a kick ass leather pick guard. The Leather was tooled and looked like your grandpa's belt(If your grandpa was a farmer and miner from Oklahoma).
Patrick about to break a stick which will hurtle towards our heads much to our delight. If your ever at okryan's ask him to see his framed signed poster and drumstick, it is sick.
Once again Dan gets down at Stubb's in Austin. Dig that guitar one more time.
What can I say about the Black Keys that you don't already know? Akron, Ohio white kids playing rocked out blues pretty much sums it up. I've seen them three times and they have blown my socks off each time. I can't believe that they haven't blown up yet, they are incredibly nice, good looking(important in today's music scene) and the music is amazing. I guess each time I've seen them they've been in a bigger venue. The first show was in a tiny OKC club called the Green Door. We were so close that we were actually leaning against the stage and getting pelted with broken drumsticks. We also got to meet both of them and talk for a few minutes. They were both very nice and appreciative. The second show was at Stubb's in Austin, Texas opening for the Arcade Fire. The last time I saw them was a few weeks ago at the Tastes of Randolph Street festival in Chicago. Again they rocked a very large outdoor crowd.
Has everyone checked out The Black Keys latest project Chulahoma? It's an entire ep of Jr. Kimbrough covers.
Check it out.
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