Just three legendary rock bands taking in a baseball game.
1. “Lazaretto” – Jack White Many sobbed inconsolably into their red and white striped flags when they heard the White Stripes would be no more. In hindsight, they needn’t have worried. Fresh off his stellar solo album Blunderbuss, the last…
A REINVIGORATED JACK WHITE HITS THE PARAMOUNT (Paramount) To say that Lazaretto, Jack White's second solo album, is the best thing he's done since the White Stripes will sound like high praise to those charmed by the busman's holiday...Show More Summary
Monday's headlines also include Jack White and Paul Reubens.
White's team has pressured him into postponing rest of tour.
One of the greatest rock moments in recent memory.
Jack White did a short cover of Beck’s “Devil’s Haircut” during his show in San Francisco. The two artists have done a lot together recently: they performed with each other last month at show in Providence and White contributed a song to Beck’s Song Reader compilation. The singer has covered “Devil’s Haircut” before when he [...]
White honors his new BFF during his show in San Francisco.
White makes an appearance at Colorado's Coors Field and gets hit by a baseball not once, but twice.
With his days in the blues-rock duo White Stripes now comfortably behind him, Jack White has become a bit of a generational connector. He’s paid homage to country, blues and rock legends, yet he keeps winning new fans. When he stepped on to the stage at Newport Folk Fest, the standing area at the front […]
Back in July, Jack White had a shitload of fun putting on a secret show in London built like a piece of interactive theater (and done in collaboration with the acting company that does Sleep No More, that interactive-theater thing everyone has been telling me to see since I moved to New York). It played [...]
White unveils his new hairdo on Instagram
Bringing his own unique flavor of southern rock to the table, Benjamin Booker is quickly making a name for himself with an opening slot on Jack White’s tour and a well-received debut album. The “Violent Shiver” rocker is featured inShow More Summary
That's quite the endorsement for a guy who hasn't even released his first album.
After weeks of Jack White covering everyone from Lorde to Led Zeppelin, a few acts have tried their hand at White’s plentiful back catalog. Last week, Sweden’s First Aid Kit unfurled a gorgeous rendition of “Love Interruption”. Then...
(Previously) rare recordings of "Alone In My Home" and "Entitlement" from his latest LP.
With 60,000 vinyl copies sold, Jack White’s Lazaretto has become the best selling LP since Pearl Jam’s Vitalogy, which was released all the way back in 1994. Billboard reports that the “ultra” version of the LP alone—which features a...Show More Summary
News recently circulated that Lazaretto, Jack White’s new solo album, has sold more vinyl albums in a single year than anything since Pearl Jam’s Vitalogy in 1994. That’s partly because of how White kept hawking the tricked-out vinyl edition at every opportunity, but it probably helps that the album has some really good songs. And [...]
Straight from the Third Man Records vault.