The next installment of Third Man Records' vinyl subscription service will include rare live performances by some of White's bands before the White Stripes broke.
Check out footage of Jack White's side project from when the Raconteurs were just getting started back in 2006.
If Jack White is on it, you can absolutely judge an album by its cover. (It means it's a good one.)
“God bless you, Nashville. It’s good to be home.”
Who would've ever thought that a trailer for a video game could garner more than five-and-a-half million views in a matter of days?
Very few indie rock artists have been as busy as Jack White over the past decade. In addition to fronting the White Stripes, the Raconteurs and the Dead Weather (plus recently launching a solo career), White has written and produced records for country star Loretta Lynn and rockabilly legend Wanda Jackson, and he wrote and sang a James Bond theme with Alicia Keys...
When Samsung Galaxy decided to create a German commercial based around the concept of hands, the company had an easy choice in terms of selecting the music for the ad.
Much has been made of Jack White's affection for classic, blues-based rock 'n' roll -- as well as his decision to go without a bass player in the White Stripes. But that doesn't mean he doesn't know a well-written bass line when he hears one -- or that he hasn't been inspired by artists from the other end of the pop spectrum.
You'd think everyone at Third Man Records would have their hands full getting ready for the release of Jack White's upcoming solo debut, 'Blunderbuss,' on April 24. But they still have a few hours left in the day, apparently, because the latest installment of the label's quarterly subscription series, dubbed the Vault, is offering members a whole bunch of White-related goodies.