Jack White, one of several celebrity co-owners of Jay Z's recently relaunched Tidal streaming service, took to his website Wednesday to respond to fans' criticism about the service and comment about music industry economics. He said several awesome things — "Digital in the car, Vinyl in the bedroom, baby" — but also seemed...
"You've got questions and comments about TIDAL, and Jack White has answers," begins a post on White's Third Man Records site. The questions and comments were submitted by members of the Third Man Records Vault and fans on Facebook, and then addressed "by Jack White himself." ________________________ Jack White on...
Jack White has come under scrutiny lately for his involvement with TIDAL, Jay Z’s Spotify-killing, paid media streaming service. Many have been apprehensive about the idea of supporting a service that, from its ads anyway, appears to only be promotional and beneficial to the wealthiest, most established of artists. Show More Summary
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Tidal co-owner Jack White has posted a quasi-FAQ to his Third Man Records' website, answering questions mostly about his motivation behind teaming up with Jay Z for the streaming service. His chief point was that people should not take for granted what it means to support a musician. The post...
Is it too late for Tidal, a streaming service that has already launched itself from a stage of rich people?
Jack White used his Third Man Records site today to defend Jay Z’s streaming service Tidal, saying he doesn’t see “what is elitist about it” and asking, “who’s speaking for the little guy?” Answering fan-generated questions on the TMR...Show More Summary
Jack White is one of the artists involved with Tidal, the artist-owned streaming service launched earlier this year by Jay Z. Today on the Third Man website, White answered questions ostensibly submitted by fans about Tidal. He addressed Tidal's more controversial aspects, such as the higher price point ($19.99 a month for high-quality audio vs. Show More Summary
Everyone has their two cents about Tidal, but when you're one of its owners, you've got more like 50. Today Jack White took to his label Third Man Records' site to defend Jay Z's controversial new music-streaming site and answer a few fan questions. Or at least that's where he... More »
I don’t recall Jack White soliciting the public’s inquiries about Tidal, though lord knows the public has plenty. On his Third Man Records website, White answered some softball questions about the controversial new artist-owned streaming music service, queries that were allegedly submitted by fans. There’s not much in the way of substantial information here, though […]
Country queen Loretta Lynn and rock provocateur Jack White have been announced as the newest inductees into the revamped Music City Walk of Fame, Nashville's version of the famous Hollywood landmark. Decorative plaques will be embedded in the sidewalk stretching between the vibrant tourist areas downtown and country's traditional headquarters on...
Nashville's Music Mile contains the Music City Walk of Fame Park, where artists such as Roy Orbison and Emmylou Harris have been honored with permanently installed plaques. Last year, the park temporarily closed for a multi-million dollar renovation. Show More Summary
Loretta Lynn will also be honored during the grand reopening of the city landmark next month.
John Fluevog, the funky Canadian shoe brand that’s shod the feet of famous folks from Alice Cooper and Jack White to Madonna and Drew Barrymore since 1970, is celebrating its 45th year by opening a second L.A.-area boutique and releasing a limited-edition shoe.
On a surprisingly cool spring night in Music City, Ashley Monroe took the stage of the Blue Room at musician-producer Jack White's Third Man Records, to treat attendees of the annual Music Biz (Music Business Association) event to a live recording of 10 songs, many of which will included on...
Twitter will teach you a lot of things. For instance, that you’re not the first person to think of that “hilarious” joke you thought you invented. Third Man Records, the label owned by Jack White, is particularly aware of this—or, at...Show More Summary
Photo courtesy of Chicano Batman With lyrics in English, Spanish and sometimes Portuguese, L.A. quartet Chicano Batman has a sound that is hyper-local but also global in a very deep way. Their laid-back tunes mix well with sun and summer,...Show More Summary
April was one hell of a month for music fans. In California, almost 100,000 people ventured to the desert for the closing days of the Coachella festival, which featured not only headliners AC/DC, Jack White, and Drake, but also surprise appearances by Kanye West and Nicki Minaj. Show More Summary
Tidal, which recently streamed a Jack White acoustic show, has announced another event from one of its founders. "Tidal X: Ja ÿ -Z B-Sides" will feature Jay Z performing deep cuts from his catalog. It'll take place May 13 at a yet-unnanounced New York City venue. Show More Summary
Jack White wrapped up his mini-tour of acoustic shows a few nights ago, and the last one in Fargo, North Dakota was streamed exclusively via Tidal. But, as these things go, an industrious fan has put it on Youtube for the plebes to partake in as well. White said in a statement before the shows […]