Jack White and co. are trapped on a train in new Dodge and Burn clip.
Jack White and Alison Mosshart’s band the Dead Weather have released a new music video for “Impossible Winner,” a track from their most recent album, Dodge & Burn. They’ve been teasing the video over the past few days with a series of promo clips showing off the cast of characters they’ve assembled for their jailhouse […]
Jack White and the Kills' Alison Mosshart's band the Dead Weather have released a new music video for a track off their latest full-length, Dodge & Burn. Directed by Sophie Muller and Ross McDowell, "Impossible Winner" features the band...Show More Summary
Jack White knows which direction his obsessions with American folk, blues and country steered him as an artist. "When you get back to Howlin' Wolf, Charley Patton, Robert Johnson – it basically begins there, and that's the best it ever was and the best it's ever going to be," White...
The Flint water crisis has been, to quote the governor, "a disaster." Celebrities (like Cher) have been campaigning and donating money and water to help the residents of Flint. The latest act to contribute is hard-rockin' icons Pearl Jam, who pledged $125,000 and are rallying to raise up to $300,000... More »
Jack White photo by Tom Spray, Pearl Jam photo via Instagram, Big Sean photo via Instagram Right now, the city of Flint, Michigan is going through a water crisis—high lead levels have been found in the city's water supply. President Barack Obama has declared a state of emergency in the city, and Gov. Show More Summary
The effortlessly badass Nashville newcomer Margo Price is the first country artist signed to Jack White’s Third Man label, and we made her an Artist To Watch yesterday. Last night, she made her TV debut as the musical guest on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert, singing the rambling drunkenness lament “Hurtin’ On The Bottle” […]
The King of Rock blew the Queen of Pop a kiss during her show in Nashville.
Photo by Doug Coombe Last year on Devil's Night (October 30), Jack White's Third Man Records released albums by Wolf Eyes, Timmy's Organism, and Video. This year, those three bands will embark on Third Man's "Audio Social Dissent Tour."...Show More Summary
What's so good? It's always interesting to look at the careers some of our favourite musicians held before they were famous; Jack White was an upholsterer, Kanye West worked at Gap, David Bowie was a delivery boy for a local butcher....Show More Summary
Despite what most people believe, Jack White didn’t simply appear fully formed as the pale, prolific, and hat-wearing musician we know him as today. He actually did things before The White Stripes, like walking through the park by the...Show More Summary
Before he formed the White Stripes with his ex-wife Meg White, John Anthony Gillis (the man we all know today as Jack White) played in a number of other rambunctious Detroit rock bands. Now White’s Third Man Records is releasing live sets from three of those groups as the latest installment of its Vault subscription […]
A live recording taken from the latest Third Man Records Vault release.
Jack White delivers a scorching performance in a rare live recording of his pre–White Stripes group Two Star Tabernacle, whose cut "Itchy" is available to stream exclusively on Rolling Stone. The track will be featured on the latest installment of the Third Man Vault series, which will feature live sets from three bands White played...
by Andrew Sacher Nashville's Margo Price had been fronting the band Buffalo Clover for the past decade or so, and she's signed to Jack White's Third Man Records for her first solo album. Titled Midwest Farmer's Daughter and due out....
Three of Jack White's early bands will be the focus of the latest installment in Third Man Records' The Vault series. The 3xLP box set package, complete with other goodies, boasts three live performances recorded at Detroit's Gold Dollar featuring three bands that included White as a member prior to...
The latest installment of Third Man's Vault subscription series is centered around live performances from three of Jack White's early bands: Two Star Tabernacle, The Go, and Jack White and the Bricks. The performances, which are contained on three LPs, were recorded at Detroit's Gold Dollar venue in 1998 and 1999. Show More Summary
The latest Vault package also includes a new Dead Weather 7-inch.
Although vinyl has certainly been making a comeback of late, much of the technology used to produce these records is rather outdated. That's about to change, however, as a German company is set to release an up-to-date new record pressing machine. ____________________________________________ Guest Post by Bobby Owsinski on Music 3.0...
In case you haven't noticed by now, Jack White and his pals at Third Man Records are on some sort of mission from God (Blues Brothers Style), which seems to consist of a grand scheme to unearth every long-forgotten relic from the depths of American musical history and possibly coax pop into some unending loop of eating itself.