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Wood man. Black Keys drummer for Indians to fill regularly

CLEVELAND (AP) – The Indians will use a pin drum for their home opener.

Adon Adams has recovered from heart surgery with long-range percussion instruments, failing to attend his first opening in Cleveland in 48 years. During the game against Detroit in Progressive Field on Monday.

“When I learned that von Adams would not be able to open in Cleveland for the first time in almost fifty years, I reached out to the team,” Carney said. “I share John’s love for baseball և the Cleveland Indians’ privileges, for him drumming at the opening of the house when he is physically unable to be there is a meaningful way to show On’s the love and respect he deserves.

“I want to be there for him.”

The Indians said that Adams, who first struck percussion instruments in 1973, would give Carney drum responsibilities և in his bleaching position during the presentation of the game video.

Akron’s rocking duo, The Black Keys (Carney և soloist Dan Auerbach) have created many of their own hits, including “Lonely Boy”, “On the Golden Ceiling”, “Little Black Submarine” and “Fasten”.

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