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The Black Keys Give A Fever-ishly Good Performance On Saturday Night Live! Watch The Video HERE!

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The Black Keys

We’ve got a fever! And the only prescription is more cow bell Black Keys!

The rock star duo dropped by Saturday Night Live last night and performed two tracks off their new album, Turn Blue.

First up was Fever, their first single off of Turn Blue!

So catchy and compelling! We love the synthesized organ under Dan Auerbach’s vocals and Patrick Carney’s drumming!

For their second song (introduced by Charlize Theron covered in blood!) the guys went with something edgier in Bullet In The Brain!

The more we watch and listen to these two, the more we wonder: are the Black Keys the best band in rock and roll right now??

Press PLAY on the double dose of videos (below) and decide for yourselves!

[Image via NBC.]

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One comment to “The Black Keys Give A Fever-ishly Good Performance On Saturday Night Live! Watch The Video HERE!”



  1. 1

    Seems to me as the music becomes more and more generic, the praise gets higher. But how about an objective look. Do any of these apply to the Black Keys?

    Same band sound
    same electric instrument line up
    same guitar sound
    same bass sound
    same synthesizer sound
    same drum sound
    same over produced sound
    lyrics hard to hear
    lyrics don't mean much
    weak or no real intro
    weak or no real outro
    same auto tuned vocals
    same background vocals
    song badly written and forgettable
    song's melody range limited to about 5 notes
    no part of the playing is exceptional or stands out.
    no part of the vocals is exceptional or stands out
    no part of the song they're singing is exceptional or stands out.
    sounds fake, manufactured, and pretentious.