Dan Auerbach takes a break from the Black Keys to bring his solo album and the Easy Eye Sound Revue to Southern California

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2018.02.14. 15:05
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The Black Keys' singer-guitarist trades garage blues for a timeless blend of singer-songwriter pop and soul.



dailynews - Dan Auerbach takes a break from the Black Keys to bring his solo album and the Easy Eye Sound Revue to Southern California
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