As free as they've been when it comes to debuting new material on the road during their latest tour, Radiohead tend to keep things pretty close to the vest when it comes to what they're doing in the studio -- but thanks to Jack White's loose lips, we know for sure that they recently cut some tracks at his Third Man Records complex.
A few years ago, rock and roll's present and past met up in the studio for a few jam sessions. Jack White and Rolling Stones legend Keith Richards recorded material in 2009, but it has yet to be officially released. The legendary guitarist has gone on the record to say White would have his blessing to put out the recordings.
The two oddball musicians are known for following their own musical paths, and those paths finally cross on Beck's new single, 'I Just Started Hating Some People Today,' which he recorded for White's Third Man Records. Not only that, but White makes a guest appearance on the tune, a down-home country hoedown with one foot planted firmly in 'One Foot in the Grave,' Beck's folk-leaning 1994 offering.
The 1925 novel 'The Great Gatsby' is coming back to the silver screen, and the trailer for the film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic features two different songs by superstar artists.
Jack White is having a lot of fun with this whole Guinness Book of World Records chase. After Guinness stopped recognizing his one-note concert with the White Stripes as the shortest concert in history, White claimed he was going for a new record: most metaphors in one concert. But that effort ended in disqualification when White "trivialized a metaphor by saying it too quickly."