The Black Keys caught some extra press when drummer Patrick Carney recently citedNickelback‘s success as a major factor in the decline of rock ‘n’ roll. In a new interview, the drummer explains himself and offers an apology almost as insulting as his initial dig.
What can you do when you’ve sold more than 20 million records and the drummer for a blogger-friendly indie-rock duo tees off on you during an interview with Rolling Stone? Nickelback had to find the answer to the question recently, when Patrick Carney of the Black Keys said “Rock ‘n’ roll is dying because people became OK with Nickelback being the biggest band in the world” — and to Nickelback’s credit, they were able to find the humor in the situation.
Nickelback and the world of sports just don’t seem to be getting along lately. Atlanta Braves relief pitcher Peter Moylan began a Twitter war with the band, who retaliated with some tough words of their own.
When it was announced that Nickelback would perform during halftime of the Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions NFL game on Thanksgiving Day in Detroit, a group of ‘Back haters started an online petition seeking a different act for entertainment. It’s just the latest in a steady stream of disses directed at the band — yet despite all the Nickelback bashing that goes on, the band members’ feelings don’t seem hurt in the slightest.
So after much fanfare leading up to Nickelback’s performance during the halftime show during yesterday’s Thanksgiving Day Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers match-up, including their own self-deprecating take at it on Funny or Die, the band took to the field in fine form.
Leave it to Funny or Die to remedy a touchy situation with a little comedy! By now we all know that a few people in Detroit are not happy about Nickelback’s upcoming performance during the United Way Thanksgiving Halftime Show during the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers game on Thanksgiving Day. The online petition hasn’t deterred the band too much, but why not have a little fun with it.
Nickelback is set to release their new album ‘Here and Now’ on Nov. 21, but fans hoping to hear it a little bit sooner can now head over to iTunes at the link below, where the full album is streaming for free all week!
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