The Black Keys bring life to a very slow Grammys

Thank goodness The Black Keys were there to wake everyone up, after so many of the 2013 Grammy performances have been slow. Justin Timberlake was able to get the crowd moving, but the show was lacking a jolt to the system. Luckily, the Black Keys delivered. Accompanied by the legendary Dr. John, who won a Grammy for best blues album, and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band from New Orleans, The Black Keys roared through "Lonely Boy," daring anyone who follows to top them.
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<i> --<a href="http://www.twitter.com/chrishayner">Chris E. Hayner</a>, <a href="http://www.zap2it.com">Zap2it</a></i>

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Thank goodness The Black Keys were there to wake everyone up, after so many of the 2013 Grammy performances have been slow. Justin Timberlake was able to get the crowd moving, but the show was lacking a jolt to the system. Luckily, the Black Keys delivered. Accompanied by the legendary Dr. John, who won a Grammy for best blues album, and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band from New Orleans, The Black Keys roared through "Lonely Boy," daring anyone who follows to top them.

--Chris E. Hayner, Zap2it

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