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Dan Auerbach Guest DJs, Spinning The Music That Inspired His New Record

Dan Auerbach joins Bob Boilen to go through the music that inspired his newest record, Waiting On A Song, featuring contributions from some of Nashville's most accomplished and dedicated musicians.

On this edition of All Songs Considered, a conversation with Dan Auerbach, who is living the dream — one he's worked hard to make real.

In 2010, The Black Keys guitarist and singer moved from his Ohio home to Nashville to set up shop, founding Easy Eye Sound, a modest but well-curated studio in Music City. Easy Eye's great collection of gear includes an old mixing console, hand-built speakers, many guitars (there were easily more than 20) organs, chimes, cool, old-school microphones, drums, amps and more things too drool at than I could handle. And the best thing of all: Easy Eye is no museum. This is a place for Auerbach and friends to

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