What Jack and Meg White did to redefine music during those eight years was nothing short of magical.
From Robert Johnson's Faustian bargain at the crossroads to Jimmy Page's interest in black magic, rock lore is full of run-ins with the Devil.
Fellow inductee Loretta Lynn said, "Nashville needed Jack White. I think he’s one of the greatest artists there is.”
At the beginning of this month, Jack White and Tom Kartsotis partnered to purchase a building in Detroit's Cass Corridor.
Third Man Records posted a statement pleading for less "clickbait bingo," but responding at all only supplies the blogosphere with more bingo chips.
Apparently, some music websites have taken statements made by Jack White out of context, reporting on them dishonestly in order to garner extra clicks.
"I’d say half the shows I play I’d rather not play. Festivals for example. But I have to make the best of it and try to get inspired."
Jack White defends music in poem form.
Fans have questions about Tidal. Jack White – one of the higher profile owners of the streaming service – apparently has answers.
Today (May 14), Nashville Mayor Karl Dean announced that Loretta Lynn and Jack White will be inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame.