First it was the announcement of a new album, so it’s no huge surprise that a tour would be soon to follow for Jack White. The world’s fastest record, however, will not be accompanied by the world’s fastest tour.
It’s going to a really fun Record Store Day for a very select few Jack White fans in Nashville this year, that’s for sure.
Jack White has been busying self with no small number of projects since his debut 2011 solo album Blunderbuss, but now it’s back to the main event. White has just announced his second solo album Lazaretto, due out June 10 on his own Third Man Records.
“It’s not really a release yet, but it’s a very unique record. It’s like a time capsule. It doesn’t sound like anything you’ve heard that was made recently. And some great songs, some beautiful music.”
Bonnaroo will also feature performances from The Flaming Lips, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Kaskade, Damon Albarn, Neutral Milk Hotel and many, many more.
‘A Letter Home’ is “an unheard collection of rediscovered songs from the past recorded on ancient electro mechanical technology captures and unleashes the essence of something that could have been gone forever,” Young’s website states.
Get ready for a retro Americana throwdown of epic proportions if early reports of a collaboration between Jack White and Neil Young to record an album of cover songs are to be believed.
By the sounds of Dead Weather’s new song “Rough Detective” there might be something in the water down at Third Man Records.
This June 6-9 we hope and pray for no rain, as we get a huge bill which includes Interpol, Foster the People, J. Cole, The 1975, Sleigh Bells and Tyler the Creator.
The Nashville-based guitar god has found the time to chat with fans online, using one such recent chat as the opportunity to announce that he’s working on a follow-up to ‘Blunderbuss.’
The Dead Weather just released into the digital sphere the new single “Open Up (That’s Enough)”, which will possibly appear on their new album which is slated for release in, literally wait for it, the year 2015.
Jack White, 38, now has his own tribute album performed by legendary artists who influenced him
Third Man Records announced today (October 2) that Jack White’s band recorded two new songs for the label, which will be available through The Vault, their subscription music series.
Who better to duet on a love song than married couple Faith Hill and Tim McGraw? Here’s a look at 10 of the best duets in country music.
As if Jack White wasn’t busy enough working with Jay Z, getting divorced and saving historical landmarks, it seems he’s added another project to his already full plate.
According to the restraining order issued on July 22, Jack White has been harassing his ex-wife and her lawyer “in an inappropriate and aggressive manner,” including threatening phone calls and emails.
After rescuing Detroit’s Masonic Temple from foreclosure earlier this year, the Detroit rocker has donated $200,000 to the National Recording Preservation Foundation, a gift that will bring the nonprofit to life.