CLEVELAND - A band that got its start in Akron is coming back to Northeast Ohio.
The Black Keys will perform at Quicken Loans Arena tonight and it’s for a good cause, as the band partnered with Habitat with Humanity.
The Black Keys beefed up their act for tonight’s performance at the “Q.”
They are adding a bassist and keyboardist.
The mother of the drummer, Pat Carney, said the band is still humble.
“It’s not like these boys grew up having everything in the world and living some fat life. They appreciate things,” Carney said.
The three-time Grammy winners were just added to Akron’s Firestone High School Wall of Fame.
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