Wednesday, December 19, 2012

The Black Keys' Patrick Carney To Debut Sirius XMU Show Serious Boredom Tomorrow

Posted By on Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 5:57 PM

According to a statement from The Black Keys' label, Nonesuch Records, Keys drummer Patrick Carney will soon join the ranks of Elizabeth Cook, Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale, "Cowboy" Jack Clement and a slew of other big-name musicians who host exclusive shows via satellite radio broadcasting company Sirius XM. The show, which will air on the first Thursday of every month beginning in January, will debut tomorrow, Dec. 20, at 8 p.m./7 p.m. Central on Sirius' Channel 35, Sirius XMU.

So what will Mr. Carney chat about? Spotify? The corpse of rock 'n' roll? Pizza commercials? Living in Nashville? Well, according to Nonesuch, he'll talk about some really rad music:

Patrick Carney, drummer of The Black Keys, will host Serious Boredom, an exclusive show on SiriusXMU, channel 35, Sirius XM Radio has announced. Serious Boredom will premiere this Thursday, December 20, at 8 PM ET. New episodes will debut on the first Thursday of every month beginning in January 2013.

Serious Boredom will feature Carney talking about and playing his favorite independent music, new and old, as well as music from his personal collection. During the first episode, SiriusXM listeners will hear Carney play music by artists like Pavement, Guided By Voices, and Yo La Tengo, as well as a new duet by Adam Green and Binki Shapiro.

GBV? YLT? Pavement? Sounds like he's pulling material straight from my "DPR's all-time awesome faves!" playlist. Now, to buy a satellite radio thingy.

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