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Black Keys Dan Auerbach To Appear On Cowboy Jack Clement's Final Album
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 Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach may have just released his own album, >Turn Blue, on May 12, but he also found time to be featured on Cowboy Jack Clement's final album.

The old school country album is titled For Once and For All and is a collection of songs that were recorded before Cowboy Jack died last August at age 82.

Auerbach plays acoustic guitar on a cover of Johnny Cash's "I've Got a Thing About Trains."

Additional artists to be featured on the album include Dierks Bentley, Leon Russell, John Prine, Emmylou Harris and Vince Gill.

For Once and For All will be released on July 15.

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