Posted in music | tour dates on January 7, 2009

Dan Auerbach

Nonesuch Records is pleased to announce that singer/songwriter/guitarist Dan Auerbach, best known as half of The Black Keys, will release his solo debut, Keep It Hid, on February 10, 2009. Dan will begin a national tour with performances in [many cities], with opening acts Those Darlins and Hacienda, the latter also lending support as Auerbach's backing band.
Dan is playing Music Hall of Williamsburg on March 2nd and then Bowery Ballroom the next day. Tickets are on sale for both shows.

In the meantime, Dan will continue playing shows with his partner in the Black Keys. That includes two shows at Terminal 5 with Lucero and Heartless Bastards, and one in NJ with Doug Gillard.

All dan dates below...

Dan Auerbach - 2009 Tour Dates
Feb 28 - 9:30 Club Washington DC, Washington DC
Mar 1 - Paradise Club Boston, Massachusetts
Mar 2 - Music Hall of Williamsburg Brooklyn, New York
Mar 3 - Bowery Ballroom New York, New York
Mar 5 - Beachland Ballroom Cleveland, Ohio
Mar 6 - Metro Chicago, Illinois
Mar 7 - First Avenue Minneapolis, Minnesota
Mar 10 - The Showbox Seattle, Washington
Mar 11 - Wonder Ballroom Portland, Oregon
Mar 13 - Bimbo's San Francisco, California
Mar 14 - El Rey Theatre Los Angeles, California

The Black Keys - 2009 Tour Dates
Jan 7 - Coffs Ex-Services Club Coffs Harbour, New South Wales
Jan 8 - Panthers Newcastle West, New South Wales
Jan 9 - Luna Park Sydney, New South Wales
Jan 10 - Waves Towradgi, New South Wales
Jan 11 - Palais Theatre Melbourne, St. Kilda, Victoria
Jan 29 - The Fillmore Detroit, Michigan
Jan 30 - Agora Theatre Cleveland, Ohio
Jan 31 - Agora Theatre Cleveland, Ohio
Feb 4 - Rams Head Live! Baltimore, Maryland
Feb 5 - Electric Factory Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Feb 6 - Terminal 5 - SOLD OUT New York, New York
Feb 7 - Terminal 5 - SOLD OUT New York, New York
Feb 8 - Wellmont Theatre Montclair, New Jersey
Apr 18 - The Fox Oakland, California

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Comments (4)

Badass.

Posted by StopCrying | January 7, 2009 6:18 PM

It'll be great to see Doug Gillard rock the fuck out of a room like that.

Black Keys are icing.

Posted by Anonymous | January 7, 2009 9:16 PM

I honestly haven't bought a Black Keys album in years for god knows what reason, but the first and last time I saw them was opening for Sleater-Kinney and Blonde Redhead like six years ago (????), and they were the best out of the three bands that night. I'd love to see them again.

Posted by Anonymous | January 7, 2009 11:12 PM

Why?

There are no problem within the band, are there?

Black Keys are one of the most amazing live act to show up in front of me.

http://liveon35mm.wordpress.com/2008/05/23/the-black-keys/

Posted by liveon35mm.com | January 8, 2009 6:30 AM

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