Even in this ever-changing digital world of music, the first track on an album, both past and present, serves as a master of ceremonies of sorts.
While at Boston's Fenway Park, Foo Fighters covered the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" with a special guest ... Dave Grohl's doctor.
What Jack and Meg White did to redefine music during those eight years was nothing short of magical.
From Robert Johnson's Faustian bargain at the crossroads to Jimmy Page's interest in black magic, rock lore is full of run-ins with the Devil.
The White Stripes made an appearance on Tuesday’s (May 5) episode of the dancing competition series, Dancing With the Stars -- well, kind of.
Record Store Day has come and gone.
Third Man Records has unveiled some very exciting details for a White Stripes Record Store Day exclusive vinyl release.
Four White Stripes vinyl singles are getting a very special re-release tomorrow (March 3).
Third Man Records shared a photo of label owner and vinyl evangelist Jack White proudly posing with a rare Captain Beefheart 7-inch he just got his hands on.
If Jack White is on it, you can absolutely judge an album by its cover. (It means it's a good one.)