Looks like not everybody had as much fun attending Van Halen's current tour as we did. Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney said he didn't enjoy himself "at all" when he attended one of the legendary group's shows, and went on to question why Van Halen were performing without their original bassist.
Listening to the music of the Black Keys, you have to figure that Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney had at least one Cream album in their record collection growing up. But they probably never guessed that a member of Cream -- and a number of other rock heroes -- would one day pay tribute to their music.
Two years ago, Leon Russell received some long overdue attention when he teamed up with Elton John for the album 'The Union.' Singer/pianist Dr. John is deserving of the same type of lovin' from the masses, and Dan Auerbach of the red-hot duo the Black Keys is doing his part by producing the New Orleans legend's new studio album, 'Locked Down.'
The Black Keys have covered several classic rock songs during their slow but steady climb to the top of the music world. In celebration of the release of their seventh album, the highly appealing 'El Camino' (out Dec. 6), we'r