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Dan Auerbach of The Arcs.
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June 9, 2015 Auerbach's newest project is a collaboration with Richard Swift and others. Hear "Stay In My Corner," the first single from The Arcs' debut album, Yours, Dreamily.
Producer Dan Auerbach achieves an ideal version of JEFF The Brotherhood and Hacienda on their respective new albums.
August 6, 2012 Ken Tucker says the Black Keys member works wonders producing JEFF The Brotherhood and Hacienda.
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Dan Auerbach (left) joins Dr. John on the latter's new album, Locked Down.
April 3, 2012 With help from Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, Dr. John returns to the spooky, percussive sounds of his first records on Locked Down.
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April 27, 2009 After taking a break from touring with the bluesy rock duo The Black Keys, Auerbach produced his first solo album, Keep It Hid, from his self-built analog recording studio. Driven by reverb and riffs, Auerbach's solo work sounds authentic, blunt and powerful.
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April 9, 2009 The Pretenders may have put Akron, Ohio, on the musical map, but The Black Keys' members belong to the next generation of hometown heroes. Dan Auerbach, the duo's guitarist and vocalist, is taking a step out on his own with the release of Keep It Hid, his solo debut. Here, he performs an in-studio session with WFUV.
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February 18, 2009 The guitarist and vocalist for The Black Keys, a blues-rock group from Ohio, became infatuated with blues music during his childhood and has been releasing his own music for the past eight years. Hear him address topics as varied as Martin Lawrence, Grand Theft Auto and his new album.
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