A couple calling themselves the White Stripes appeared for the first time during open-mic night at a now-defunct Detroit club on Bastille Day 1997.
As with many bands who came before them, it seemed the White Stripes' long-awaited success simply created more pressure.
The White Stripes helped make guitar-based rock make the transition from the nu metal Korn and Limp Bizkit. We’ve ranked all six of their albums in order of awesomeness.
Every stop in Jack White's career thus far will be represented in the newest Vault package from Third Man Records.
A video that featured Donald Trump speaking as "Seven Nation Army" played caused Jack and Meg White to issue an anti-Trump statement.
Anyone who saw the White Stripes in concert witnessed Jack White introduce his “big sister Meg” on the drums. That was the story the rock duo concocted in the early days of the Stripes: that Jack and Meg were the youngest of 10 siblings, and they formed a band when Meg tried drumming on Bastille Day of 1997...
Jack White is compiling nearly 20 years of acoustic work, including an unreleased song from the White Stripes.
A trailer for 'Justice League' that uses the White Stripes' "Icky Thump" premiered at Comic-Con.
The White Stripes recorded the rare live sessions with BBC's John Peel in support of their 2001 breakthrough 'White Blood Cells.'
A U.K. design studio envisions more than 50 years of rock history as a Facebook timeline featuring archival footage of Elvis and the Beatles with comments from Dave Grohl, Jack White and more.