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Black Keys Drummer Patrick Carney Marries Girlfriend

Comedian Will Forte officiates Nashville ceremony

Patrick Carney wedding
Joshua Black Wilkins
September 19, 2012 7:50 AM ET

Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney married girlfriend Emily Ward Saturday in Nashville, The Associated Press reports. Comedian Will Forte officiated at the wedding, held in the backyard of the couple's home in Nashville in front of about 350 friends and family. The bride walked down the aisle to "Crimson and Clover" by Tommy James and the Shondells, while Carney was accompanied by the couple's Irish wolfhound.

Dan Auerbach, Carney's Black Keys bandmate, was among the guests.

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