22-year-old Christopher M. Cortez Jr., of Whiting, Indiana, is accused of allegedly kidnapping a 14-year-old girl that he met on Kik. Cortez is said to have posed as a 17-year-old on Kik using the screen name of Jack Skelton/whocareshonestly. He told his victim that he could give her a ride home from school. When Cortez […]
food, folks and Jack White (photo via @jedidiahjenkins) Jack White lives in Nashville these days and over the weekend attended his block's annual neighborhood potluck BBQ. Thing is, his neighbors had no idea he's a Grammy-winning musician. Here's the story...
Hey, maybe Jack White isn't so reclusively moody after all! The rocker has been living in Nashville for many years now, but his neighbors didn't seem to figure that out until this past weekend, when Instagram user Jedediah Jenkins posted a picture of White attending his street's annual potluck, where he owns a large gated home at the end... More »
"Jack White, nice to meet you"
Jack White is practically synonymous with his hometown of Detroit, Michigan, but the musician has called Nashville home for a while now. A lot of people unfamiliar with White might not realize that, including his next-door neighbors. White made an appearance at the annual neighborhood potluck hosted on the dead-end, suburban street he lives on. […]
"This year, without warning, the occupant decided to come mingle with the neighbors. Of course they had no idea who he was. 'Jack White, nice to meet you.'"
On October 16, Courtney Barnett will release a new, Jack White-produced single on White’s Third Man Records. On the A-side we have “Boxing Day Blues Revisited”—a sequel to “Boxing Day Blues” from this year’s Sometimes I Sit and Think, Sometimes I Just Sit—and on the B-side we... Continue reading
Courtney Barnett has both announced a collaboration with Jack White, and, in the same breath (er, press release) shared one track from it. …Read More
In 1961 a music video jukebox called the Scopitone was spreading through the United States like wild-fire. People thought the machine would popularize the music video, that is until the Scopitone’s mafia connections came to light.
Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett had a major year in 2014, but she isn’t quite finished. Earlier tonight Pitchfork announced that the young rocker would release a new single called “Boxing Day Blues Revisited” as the A-side of a 7?. Show More Summary
Courtney Barnett has a new single coming out as part of Third Man Record's "Blue" series. Produced by Jack White, the a-side is ""Boxing Day Blues Revisited," a sequel of sorts to "Boxing Day Blues" on Courtney's recent album....
On October 16, Courtney Barnett will release a new single produced by Jack White. It's part of Third Man's Blue Series (in conjunction with Milk! Records and Remote Control). The A-side is "Boxing Day Blues Revisited"—an epilogue to the Sometimes I Sit and Think track "Boxing Day Blues"—and the B-side is a cover of the Roland S. Show More Summary
In a recent chat with Pitchfork.tv, the great Australian indie rocker Courtney Barnett called out the Boys Next Door/the Birthday Party’s 1979 classic “Shivers” as one of her favorite songs. “I think when I started listening to Nick Cave and then started researching all the other bands [he was in], I really loved that song […]
Jack White's Third Man Records will release Live at the Gold Dollar Vol. III, a recording of a White Stripes concert from 1999 that took place at Detroit's Gold Dollar bar, as part of a new installment in their long-running Vault series. Show More Summary
The Call of the Wild... Jack London described a world of pure white, dangerous and exhilarating. Contrary to his time, today you can easily travel to the great northern territories of the USA and Canada and experience the thrills without the danger — just bring your adventurous spirit! Winter Adventures Around the Arctic Circle by Viator Travel Team from Viator Travel Blog
Camelot was the court of King Arthur, but it also was term given to the Kennedy White House. The knights in shining armor were of course Jack, Bobby and Teddy, and there were a cast of characters that included the Harvard professor,Show More Summary
Robert Plant once described Led Zeppelin's 1971 classic "Black Dog" as a "blatant, let's-do-it-in-the-bath type thing." This would also be an accurate appraisal of the third album by Jack White's side project the Dead Weather — assuming that the only time you ever use the bath is for doing it...
Much like Jack White and Alison Mosshart themselves, the supergroup's third album refuses to settle.
The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather, or Jack White?