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The Sheepdogs keep their future bright with classic rock sound

How do you fittingly sum up a classic rock sound made for today?

Future Nostalgia.

It’s the name of the fifth and latest album by Saskatchewan’s shaggy Sheepdogs, one of this area’s most beloved bands. 345 more words

Music

The Black Keys - North American Tour 2012

The Shins, an acclaimed indie rockband, were the opening act for The Black Keys. This lead me to think this would guarantee a solid lineup. The Shins have great music, and have been able to perfect their sound over the past decade. 324 more words

Concert Review

Rocks In The Attic #481: The Steve Miller Band - ‘Book of Dreams’ (1977)

Up to last week, I wouldn’t have known Steve Miller if he had passed me in the street. He’s one of those people I’ve just never seen interviewed (as far as I can remember), and his music is just far enough outside of the mainstream that you don’t see him regularly on the likes of MTV or in the music magazines. 379 more words

Vinyl

The Black Keys regret inducting 'unpleasant' Steve Miller into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Upon being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Friday night, Steve Miller, of Steve Miller Band, had something negative to say about everyone in the industry, leaving the band that inducted him, The Black Keys, regretting the entire experience. 290 more words

Arts

On April 1, 2008.

On April 1, 2008, “Nonesuch” label released “Attack & Release”, the fifth Black Keys studio album. It was recorded August 9–23, 2007, at “Suma Recording Studio” in Painesville, Ohio, and was produced by Danger Mouse. 110 more words

Black Keys Drummer Patrick Carney To Throw Out First Pitch At Cleveland Indians Home Opener

The Black Keys are currently on break from touring, but that doesn’t mean they can’t get loosened up on a moments notice.

The Indians announced that drummer Patrick Carney will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at the team’s home opener on Monday, April 4th when they take on the Kansas City Royals. 46 more words

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