The Black Keys have announced plans to celebrate their 20th anniversary as a band with a special edition vinyl of their first-ever show.

Recorded on March 31st, 2002, the album captures The Black Keys’ debut concert, which took place in front of a small crowd at Cleveland’s historic Beachland Ballroom & Tavern—a venue immortalized by IDLES in the song “The Beachland Ballroom”. The Akron, OH-bred duo of guitarist/singer Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney would release its first album, The Big Come Up, shortly thereafter in May 2002, setting the group on a trajectory of international success and widespread acclaim.

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The live recording of The Black Keys’ first show, which is due out on November 18th, features “Busted”, “I’m For You”, “Do the Rump”, and “I’ll Be Your Man” on Side A, and “Yearnin'”, “No Trust”, “Them Eyes”, and “The Moan” on Side B. It was briefly available for pre-order on via the band’s website, but pre-orders sold out just hours after the record was announced.

For more information and tickets to The Black Keys’ upcoming tour dates, visit the band’s website.

Live At Beachland Tavern Tracklist: 

SIDE A/ Busted, I’m For You, Do The Rump, I’ll Be Your Man

SIDE B/ Yearnin’, No Trust, Them Eyes, The Moan

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