And The GRAMMY Went To ... The Black Keys

More on the Black Keys' three wins at the 55th GRAMMY Awards
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February 11, 2013 -- 2:43 pm PST

(In the coming weeks will feature information and video highlights on winners from the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards, held Feb. 10 in Los Angeles. Each installment will offer the winning or related video, and some pertinent, and not so pertinent, information about the track and the artists.)


"Lonely Boy" [iTunes]


The Black Keys

Won for:

Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song

Previous wins:

Two previous wins for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal for "Tighten Up" and Best Alternative Music Album for Brothers (2010)

Did you know?:

In addition to their wins for "Lonely Boy," the Black Keys, comprised of guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney, also took Best Rock Album for El Camino. In total, the duo won three of the five categories in which they were nominated, save for Album Of The Year and Record Of The Year, which went to Mumford & Sons for Babel and Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" featuring Kimbra, respectively. El Camino was co-produced by the Black Keys and GRAMMY winner Danger Mouse. Auerbach won an additional GRAMMY at the 55th GRAMMY Awards for Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical for his work on El Camino and Dr. John's GRAMMY-winning Locked Down, among other recordings. Speaking of Dr. John, the New Orleans blues icon teamed with the Black Keys and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band for a performance of "Lonely Boy" on the 55th GRAMMY telecast.  

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