Black Keys, Sabres goal song win big at Grammys - VIDEO
blog by Kathryn Przybyla • February 11, 2013 @ 10:20am
Sweeping the rock categories this year, the Black Keys had a hell of a night on Sunday.
Beating out Jack White, Mumford & Sons, Muse and Bruce Springsteen with a win for Best Rock Song for their El Camino hit “Lonely Boy,” the band from Akron, Ohio didn’t stop there.
They also took home the award for Best Rock Album for “El Camino,” additionally beating out veterans like Muse, Coldplay, Jack White and Bruce Springsteen. Finally rounding out the night, the Black Keys took home their third Grammy for Best Rock Performance for “Lonely Boy.”
The Sabres have adopted the hit song from the Black Keys’ 2011 album, playing an edited version of the chorus after Buffalo goals. With great feedback from fans, the song brings a good vibe to the arena—keeping fans on their feet to celebrate.
Take a look at the band’s performance from Sunday night below.
According to MTV, “The Black Keys are currently working on their next studio effort and plan to release the album in March. The band’s 2011 album, El Camino, was the second-highest-selling album on Billboard’s 2012 Top Rock Albums year-end chart, following Mumford & Sons’ Babel.”
Check out the full track of “Lonely Boy” below:
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