The Two-Hour Black Keys Concert by Howard Stern to be Broadcasted

Posted on Thursday, March 5, 2015

The two-hour concert by Black Keys which was recorded during the early months of 2014 in the Texan city of Houston is going to be broadcasted live after "The Howard Stern Birthday Bash: Director's Cut" on SiriusXM Howard 100 or 101 at 11:15 p.m. EST/8:15 p.m. PST on the nineteenth of December 2014. Besides, ‘The Black Keys’ are also going to start a charity raffle which is going to have a winner as well who’ll be receiving front man Dan Auerbach's childhood guitar. The guitar is going to be duly signed for the fans to keep as souvenir.

The Raffle Tickets are already on sale from now up till twenty sixth of June, 2015. Those who are looking forward to purchasing the tickets through the internet should check with the leading online tickets booking sites such as Tiketsdepot247 to ensure 100% guaranteed tickets. Moreover, the tickets prices would also include funds for Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank, an organization that helps delivering food to the needy in the northeastern Ohio. Black Keys also earned three nominations for the Grammy Awards in the Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance categories lately which made them grab the limelight.

The American duo Black Keys was formed in the fifth largest city Akron in the US state of Ohio. The band comprises Dan Auerbach as guitarist and vocalist along with Patrick Carney as the drummer. These two great singers started performing as independent act in the early days and in the 2010s, they emerged as one of the leading pop music ground across the music industry. The band’s music usually takes heavy inspiration from Auerbach's blues. The fans of Black Keys are all geared up and excited to watch much awaited recording of their concert on the television.