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Black Keys to perform Super Bowl week in New York
Wednesday - 1/8/2014, 7:00am EST
NEW YORK (AP) -- The Black Keys, John Legend and Band of Horses are joining with sports celebrities and Citi for a series of special evenings leading up to the Super Bowl.
The musicians will perform special concerts for Citi cardholders, and sports stars like Hall of Fame members Jerry Rice and Mike Ditka and New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning will be interviewed during the run of Evenings With Legends from Jan. 29-31.
Citi also will put on a youth football camp hosted by Garth Brooks and Giants defensive end Justin Tuck.
The performers join a growing list of musicians scheduled to play in and around the Feb. 4 Super Bowl, including Bruno Mars, Foo Fighters, The Roots and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
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