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Topic - Matt Pelham
When Dan Auerbach moved from Ohio to Nashville, 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 guitarist sees it as an uncommon harmony.
"To be honest, when Kings of Leon came along, I think they sort of broke through that stereotype ... and a lot of doors opened up for bands in Nashville," he said.
"I think the fact that we came out of Nashville almost hurt us at that time more than helped us," Mr. Pelham said. "I think they automatically had the association with country music, and I also felt there was sort of this shadow over Nashville."