You probably know that the White Stripes aren't really siblings, even though they told everyone they were. But did you know that there's actually a ballet out there that uses their music? It's one of 10 Things You Didn't Know About the White Stripes.
The White Stripes may have officially called it quits last year, but the music of the Detroit-based garage duo -- singer-guitarist Jack White and drummer Meg White -- will always live on. So will the band's
The White Stripes' signature hit, 'Seven Nation Army' -- an immediately infectious, loose-limbed blues groove marked by Meg White's simple, solid beat; Jack White's scorching slide-guitar lead; and a bouncing, fuzzed-out bass line that obviously lends itself to vocal imitation -- seemed to peak in popularity in 2003, when it landed at No. 1 on the Billboard Modern Rock chart and helped the band snag a Best Alternative Album Grammy for 'Elephant.'
Jack White had a pretty tremendous 2012, releasing his first solo album, 'Blunderbuss,' and touring with two new bands -- one all-male, one all-female. Over the past decade, he's kept busy with the White Strip
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 sta
The White Stripes do what they did best -- rock out -- during their brief cameo in the 2006 'Simpsons' episode 'Jazzy and the Pussycats,' which features an animated remake of the groundbreaking Stripes video for 'The Hardest Button to Button.' The original Michel Gondry-directed clip uses pix
This tattoo of former White Stripes drummer Meg White kind of looks like one of those airbrush paintings of a wide-eyed cowgirl bought at one of those amateur art conventions held at your local airport hotel. You know, where your friend picked up the gambling
How many different ways can you sing "oh oh oh oh"? A bunch, probably, but when it came time to write 'Middle of the Road' and 'Fell in Love with a Girl,' Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders and the White Stripes' Jack White settled on a pretty similar melodic progression.
What were you doing on the night of Aug. 14th, 1997? If you happened to be at the Gold Dollar club in Detroit, Mich. catching a little-known local band opening for Rocket 455 and ‘68 Comeback, you witnessed a historic event: the White Stripes' first-ever full live concert. And if you didn't catch it, now is your chance to check it out, as Third Man Records is releasing a soundboard recording of the gig.
A rare 7-inch 45 of the second single by the White Stripes, 'Lafayette Blues' bundled with 'Sugar Never Tasted So Good,' sold for $12,700 on eBay, What Sells Best is reporting. The auction ended this morning (July 2).
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