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When singer-guitarist Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys relocated, he didn't head to traditional rock havens such as New York, Detroit or Los Angeles but to Music City С Nashville, the home of country music.
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When singer-guitarist Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys relocated, he didn't head to traditional rock havens such as New York, Detroit or Los Angeles but to Music City С Nashville, the home of country music.

Rock bands rock country music's capital

By Chris Talbott
The Associated Press

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. –
 When Dan Auerbach moved from Ohio to Music City, he found a local rock ’n’ roll scene populated with bands that not only like each other, but also work toward a greater good. The Black Keys singer-guitarist sees it as an uncommon harmony.

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