For a little Detroit spirit.
The White Stripes
10 years since their final album.
Based on the song by The White Stripes.
Jack White is back.
They are “disgusted by this association”.
The clip is so very White Stripes
The first release from the band in almost a decade
What a party.
‘The Floppotron’ returns.
Will the rock legend’s cover of ‘You Are The Sunshine Of My Life’ help Kermit The Frog win Miss Piggy’s heart?
“I flew here to Qatar/ And now I’m practicing Sharia law”
Since career champion Dave Grohl axed himself onstage, broke his leg and became throne-ridden, Foo Fighters seem to have been amping their live shows up a notch to compensate. So far we’ve seen flaming leg-cast guitar solos, pre-concert jams with members of Blind Melon and Pearl Jam, and, most recently, a surprise cameo from Red
Footage has emerged of soft-rock troubadour Jack Johnson turning up at a recent Jack White show — in where else but Hawaii — and helping the singer-songwriter perform The White Stripes’ classic, We’re Going To Be Friends. Footage (below) of Johnson, who had previously covered We’re Going To Be Friends for the Curious George film
Jack White has closed out Coachella 2015 with a monster set, to mark his last electric performance before embarking on a lengthy live music hiatus. And he used the encore to drive home some departing words of wisdom to his fans around the world. During the finale of White’s set, the troubadour transformed the iconic
The Raconteurs have stormed the stage with Jack White in Nashville to perform together for the first time in three years. Jack White is gearing up for a mammoth show at Madison Square Garden in New York and to warm up he took to the stage at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena to play to a hometown
Critically acclaimed and award-winning producer John Hampton has passed away due to complications of cancer, aged 61. Hampton died on Friday, 12th December leaving behind an impressive legacy that included work with acts such as The White Stripes, The Replacements, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Ultimate Classic Rock reports Hampton was inspired to work at Ardent
American rock supergroup The Dead Weather – Jack White, Alison Mosshart, Dean Fertita and Jack Lawrence – have given fans another taste of their forthcoming third studio album, which is due out some time next year. In other Jack White goodness, his old band The White Stripes have also announced plans for a double live
Following several weeks of headlines surrounding former White Stripes frontman Jack White, who has spent recent interviews being vocal about many of his fellow musicians, the singer has now issued an apology to those he’s named in the interviews, including longtime rivals The Black Keys. In a statement on his official website, White writes that
Currently plugging his way through the press rounds in the lead up to his new album Lazaretto, Jack White has opened up about the current status of his relationship with former White Stripes bandmate and ex-wife Meg White, and it seems what was already a minimal relationship has become something less. White explains via Consequence