Last night, Jack White joined Cat Stevens at the Ryman for his first performance in Nashville in 40 years. They performed “Where Do the Children Play.” Watch clips of the performance below. Stevens was later joined by Bonnie “Prince”...Show More Summary
Plus, Bonnie "Prince" Billy lent a hand during the encore.
Jack White joined Cat Stevens onstage last night at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium to perform “Where Do The Children Play.” It was Stevens’ first Nashville show in 40 years, and White wasn’t the only guest he brought on stage. Will Oldham — aka Bonnie “Prince” Billy — joined during the encore as well. Check out a […]
Jimmy Fallon has had plenty of fun this month, according to Entertainment Weekly. The 42-year-old late night talk show host invited such big stars as Clint Eastwood, Kevin James, Jack White, and Renee Zellweger this month, and nobody...Show More Summary
Last week, Jack White was a guest on the BBC television program “Later... With Jools Holland,” where he performed the White Stripes’ song “We’re Going to Be Friends.” Now, more footage from the episode has surfaced of White performing...Show More Summary
Jack White was one of the special guests on this past week’s season premiere of Later… With Jools Holland, where he promoted his new Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016 compilation. We’ve already seen him perform “We’re Going To Be Friends” and have a cute interaction with Jimmy Page, and now video has surfaced of him playing “Sugar […]
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Plus, he reveals what he learned from Beyoncé (which wasn't much).
Here are 10 songs that might leave both you and Jack White tearing up a bit.
Jack White is set to make his debut on the long-running radio show A Prairie Home Companion one month from today, which broadcasts live from the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota. White will do an acoustic set to kick off a reboot of the show since Garrison Keillor stepped down as host after 42 […]
The first new White Stripes in eight years gets the perfect music video.
UK music institution Later… With Jools Holland kicked off its new season last night with a round of big stars including Kings Of Leon, M83, Banks, and Sting. And in a convergence of It Might Get Loud costars, Jimmy Page sat for an interview and Jack White performed unplugged in support of his new Acoustic […]
Following his recent appearance on “The Tonight Show” behind his new compilation Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016, Jack White showed up on TV once again tonight. This time, he performed on the BBC program “Later... With Jools Holland.” Watch him sing the White Stripes’ White Blood Cells track “We’re Going to Be Friends” below, starting at 3:47. Show More Summary
Another stunning TV performance behind his new archival acoustic collection.
This anthology feels oddly scattered, elusively concealing any recurring patterns or trajectories
The previously unreleased White Stripes’ song “City Lights” came out on Friday as part of Jack White’s new stripped-down, acoustic collection, which compiles the lead singer and guitarist’s recordings from 1998 to today. Now, the song...Show More Summary
Michel Gondry famously directed four classic music videos for the White Stripes: "Fell in Love With a Girl" "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground" "The Hardest Button to Button" "The Denial Twist" Now, much to Jack White's surprise, Gondry has added one more. read more
Filmmaker Michel Gondry shot a video for an old White Stripes' track "City Lights," without telling Jack White or Third Man Records, and surprised them with it last week. The just-finished track is included on the new collection Jack...Show More Summary
Plus, Jack White talks about Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016 and Beyoncé on NPR.
Jack White recently shared the previously unreleased “City Lights,” ahead of his career-spanning new release Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016. In the following days, director and frequent White Stripes collaborator Michel Gondry whipped together a video for the song and sent it as a “surprise gift,” according to a press release. Show More Summary