NEW YORK (AP) — Forget Petyon Manning barking "Omaha!" The Black Keys were busy howling for a Super Bowl weekend show.
The Ohio-based band tore through a 90-minute set of their greatest hits Friday night at New York's packed Roseland Ballroom as one of the headliners of a jam-packed weekend full of A-list concerts.
The Black Keys cranked out hit after hit off "El Camino" and "Brothers," two of the albums that stuck them on the rock music map and onto the charts as one of the most popular bands of the last five years.
The show was a perk for Citi Cardholders.
The Black Keys were just one of several bands to headline shows in the area leading up Sunday's Super Bowl that pits the Denver Broncos against the Seattle Seahawks.