Patrick Carney Bio, Age, Wife, New Band, Songs, Black Keys And Bojack


Patrick Carney Biography

Patrick Carney (Patrick James Carney) is an American musician and producer. Carney is also known as a drummer for The Black Keys, a blues-rock band from Akron, Ohio. He is currently based in Nashville, Tennessee.

Patrick Carney Age

Patrick was born on the 15th of April 1980 in Akron, Ohio, U.S.A.

Patrick Carney Family

Carney’s dad, Jim, is a resigned long-term correspondent for the Akron Beacon Journal and a music darling whom Carney credits with acquainting him with different types. His mom, Mary Stormer, is a Civil Accounts Supervisor for Akron Municipal Clerk of Court and is a previous individual from the Akron Board of Education.

His stepmother, Katie Byard Carney, is a long-lasting columnist for the Akron Beacon Journal. His stepfather, Barry Stormer, claims B. A. Stormer Construction Services. Carney has three siblings, William, who is an Amtrak administrator, and Michael, a visual craftsman who has made the workmanship for every one of the Black Keys collections and in 2017 propelled the Central High Tshirt line.

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Patrick Carney Photo

Barry Stormer Jr., Capital Markets examiner for Keycorp. Carney’s uncle, Ralph Carney, was an expert sax player and played with Tom Waits, among others. Ralph kicked the bucket in December 2017, in the wake of tumbling down strides in his Portland, Oregon, home.

After Carney’s folks separated from when he was 6, he lived some portion of the time with his mom, Mary Stormer, and part of the time with his dad, Jim Carney, who had moved to an alternate neighborhood in West Akron, Ohio.

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Carney was married to writer Denise Grollmus, in 2007. The pair dated for several years, since Grollmus was a student at Oberlin College in Ohio and Carney and Dan Auerbach launched the Black Keys. The couple divorced in 2009. Both talked about the messy breakup in the media, Patrick in Rolling Stone’s May 27, 2010, issue and Grollmus in an essay – “Snapshots From a Rock ‘N’ Roll Marriage”, published in Salon on March 3, 2011.

He then married Emily Ward, whom he had met while living in New York City, on September 15, 2012, in the backyard of their Nashville home. The wedding ceremony was officiated by actor Will Forte. Karen Elson, a singer, and ex-wife of Jack White of the White Stripes and a Nashville resident who was friends with Carney and Ward sang at the wedding.

The wedding party included Ward’s siblings Danielle Shuster and Henry Ward, Carney’s brothers Will Carney, Michael Carney, and Barry Stormer, and the couple’s Irish wolfhound, Charlotte. Wearing Carolina Herrera, Ward walked down the aisle to Crimson and Clover by Tommy James and the Shondells.

Carney and Ward invited 350 guests, including bandmate Dan Auerbach and professional snowboarder Shaun White, who was later arrested and charged with vandalism and public intoxication at a hotel in Nashville after the wedding reception. Carney and Ward later divorced in January 2016. Ward, a California native, had moved to Los Angeles by that time.

Patrick Carney Education

There is no information about his educational background, he has not shared any information on where he schooled from and how he spends and performed in school.

Patrick Carney Net Worth

Carney has an estimated net worth of $16 million dollars. to have earned his enormous salary hence summing to his net worth.

Patrick Carney Career | Patrick Carney Black Keys

In 2001 Carney and Auerbach, lead vocalist and guitarist, shaped The Black Keys, discharging their introduction collection The Big Come Up not exactly a year later. This was trailed by Thickfreakness in 2003 and Rubber Factory in 2004.

The band’s fourth collection Magic Potion was discharged in 2006. Assault and Release, their widely praised fifth collection were discharged in 2008, with a follow up in 2010 titled Brothers. In 2011, the band discharged the collection, El Camino. The band’s most recent collection is Turn Blue, discharged in 2014. They discharged their first single in quite a while, “Lo/Hi”, on March seventh, 2019.

Carney at present delivers and works the music out of his Nashville based chronicle studio, Audio Eagle. He has delivered a scope of craftsmen from different melodic foundations including The Black Keys, Michelle Branch, Calvin Johnson, Tennis, The Sheepdogs, Beaten Awake, Houseguest, Churchbuilder, Jessy Wilson, and *repeat rehash.

Sound Eagle Studio is an account studio opened in 2001 via Carney. The studio was situated in Akron, Ohio and comprised for the most part of an advanced 12-track recorder. It experienced numerous manifestations and designs and was, for the most part, used to record the initial four The Black Keys collections. In 2010, the studio was moved to Nashville, Tennessee. Carney has a month to the month radio show on Sirius XMU called Serious Boredom with Patrick Carney.

Carney had a fragment on HBO’s news appear, “Bad habit News Tonight”, titled “Patrick Carney’s High Standards Music Corner” where he tunes in to and passes judgment on new tunes. In 2009, while individual Black Keys part Dan Auerbach was on his performance visit, Carney framed another band called Drummer in which he played bass.

Every one of the band’s individuals had played drums in another band. They discharged Feel Good Together, their introduction collection around the same time.

Carney is the drummer on The Rentals’ 2014 collection Lost in Alphaville. Carney likewise contributed the principle title music to the 2014 Netflix show BoJack Horseman. In 2017, Carney contributed music to the soundtrack of BoJack Horseman.

Patrick Carney Songs

The Black Keys

  • The Big Come Up (2002)
  • Thickfreakness (2003)
  • Rubber Factory (2004)
  • Magic Potion (2006)
  • Attack & Release (2008)
  • Brothers (2010)
  • El Camino (2011)
  • Turn Blue (2014)
  • Let’s Rock (2019)


  • Feel Good Together (2009)

The Rentals

  • Lost in Alphaville (2014)


  • The Sheepdogs (2012)
  • Young & Old (2012)
  • Underneath the Rainbow (2014)
  • Ritual in Repeat (2014)
  • Goon (2015)
  • Hopeless Romantic (2017)
  • Double Roses[19] (2017)
  • A Wonderful Beast (2018)
  • Phase (2019)
  • Glazed (2019)

Patrick Carney New Band

Carney and John Petkovic (Death of Samantha, Sweet Apple) release “Not of This World” The Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney has announced Akron, Ohio, the debut album from his new band Sad Planets. The group consists of Carney and John Petkovic (Death of Samantha, Sweet Apple, Guided by Voices, Cobra Verde).

Petkovic sings, while Carney “plays drums at times, but also adds Enoesque synthesizers and other instruments to the mix,” according to a press release. J Mascis makes a guest appearance as well. Akron, Ohio arrives April 19 via Tee Pee. Listen to the album track “Not of This World” below.

Patrick Carney Bojack

He composed the Bojack Horseman theme song. A humanoid horse, BoJack Horseman — lost in a sea of self-loathing and booze — decides it’s time for a comeback. Once the star of a ’90s sitcom, in which he was the adoptive father of three orphaned kids (two girls and a boy). The show was the hottest thing around, then suddenly, it was canceled.

Now 18 years later, BoJack wants to regain his dignity. With the aid of a human sidekick and a feline ex-girlfriend who is his agent, he sets out to make it happen.

But Hollywood is vastly different from those days, and getting used to stuff like Twitter may take some time. This first animated series from Netflix — with plenty of references to sex, drugs, and alcohol — is not for the little ones.

First episode date: August 22, 2014
Program creator: Raphael Bob-Waksberg
Creator: Raphael Bob-Waksberg
Writers: Mehar Sethi, Kate Purdy, Joanna Calo

Patrick Carney Drum Set

patrick carney drum set

Patrick Carney drum set

Patrick Carney Lady Gaga

The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney as of late shared some decision words on Lady Gaga’s new Joanne single “Flawless Illusion.” It would be reasonable for the state, he extremely, didn’t care for her new melody, created by Mark Ronson, Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, and Bloodpop.

Quite promptly, Ronson took to Twitter to applaud back at Carney, reminding the Black Keys drummer that when he previously heard “Uptown Funk,” he told Ronson “it wouldn’t work.” Included in the tweet was a video reporting that the Bruno Mars joint effort has turned into the thirteenth melody in RIAA history to get jewel affirmation.

Woman Gaga at that point reacted to Ronson’s tweet, calling Carney “snarky,” and demonstrating she’d love to watch “him in a guitar passing match [with]Kevin Parker and Josh Homme,” who plays on “Impeccable Illusion.”

Carney has since reacted to Gaga and Ronson, guiding them to “help up and tune in up,” sharing a connect to a video of Hulk Hogan playing guitar. He additionally presented a video of himself playing guitar with the note: “This is my accommodation for the guitar rivalry.”

In his underlying appraisal, Carney had stated, “the guitar at its highest point sounds so crappy.” It ought to likewise be noticed that Carney tweeted in 2011 that he was “almost certain Josh Homme is the coolest man in music.” See Mark Ronson, Lady Gaga, and Patrick Carney’s tweets beneath. Look down for Carney’s investigate of “Impeccable Illusion,” the tune itself, and Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk.”

Patrick Carney Quotes

  • Fast food is the one thing everyone can relate to. It’s depressing, but also interesting, that people desire to eat the same sandwich in every single city in the world. But the biggest bummer is when you see a Subway in Berlin. Just devastating.
  • The Midwest breeds funny, eccentric people, to varying degrees. You play shows not because you’re expecting to get a record deal, but to do something fun outside of mowing lawns. Everything else is just gravy… Or mustard.
  • I buy five of the same shirts. I literally have six blue shirts. Now I have six green shirts.
  • When no one’s buying your records, it’s easy to justify selling a song. But once you start selling records, you can’t really justify having two songs in Cadillac commercials. It looks greedy. And it is greedy. This whole music thing should be about music.
  • I see a lot of comments on Twitter and stuff about how ugly I am, how bad I am at the drums, how awkward I look, and I’m like, yeah, I agree with most of those things.
  • Through the history of rock n’ roll, you see lots of bands making the mistake of putting on the tights when they get to arenas. Don’t do that.
  • I’m trying to write a TV show. Ideally, it would be just a reality-TV show, getting the guy who played Eddie Winslow and Kirk Cameron to live in a house. The Jehovah’s Witnesses would come to the house a lot or something like that. I kind of like the idea of Scientologists and Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses trying to convert Kirk Cameron.
  • And once the music is out there, when you’re selling a record and selling music and people are going to do whatever they want with it, it’s kind of hard to resist certain opportunities, especially in the record market now.
  • A lot of people see a Nissan ad and they see a finished product in a record store or on iTunes and that’s the face of the band.
  • Well, you know what? The same people that get driven crazy by hip hop are the same people that probably listen to the type of music that drives me crazy. Like, Journey covers.
  • I can totally identify with the younger kids. I’ll never do what Jon Spencer did to me when I was 16, though. I made a tape with my friends and I put it onstage right near his mic stand by the pedal board and he pulled it out with his foot, kicked it to the center of the stage, looked me in the eye and stomped it to pieces.
  • I’m friends with Dierks Bentley. Aside from that, I don’t really know anybody else in the country music field, really. I’ve met the Lady Antebellum people and I met Marty Stuart briefly once. He’s really nice, but I don’t know any of them, really.
  • The idea of a streaming service, like Netflix for music, I’m not totally against it. It’s just we won’t put all of our music on it until there are enough subscribers for it to make sense.
  • I imagine if Spotify becomes something that people are willing to pay for, then I’m sure iTunes will just create their own service, and they’re actually fair to artists.
  • I’d literally rather hang out at the T.G.I. Friday’s in New Jersey than tool around at a place that sells $40 cheeseburgers.

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