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.
The 14-song set, the final date of his first all-acoustic tour and his last live performance for a while, featured tunes from White's previous endeavors.
White's acoustic show in North Dakota will be his last for the foreseeable future and you'll be able to watch it live via Tidal.
The former White Stripes frontman and blues aficionado helped fund the interactive “Mix It Up” gallery at the National Blues Museum in St. Louis.
Jack White recently announced he would conclude his tour in support of last year's Lazaretto with all-acoustic concerts in the five states he has yet to visit.
Tidal certainly seems hell-bent on winning over the affections of listeners.
Jack White has announced he will take a break from touring after a long run in support of last year’s Lazaretto.
Third Man Records have announced big plans for Record Store Day already, and they're adding to the fun with some killer instruments.