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It seems only the advice of a White Stripe can help Kermit win back Miss Piggy.
With their new album I Am A Problem: Mind In Pieces now out through Jack White’s Third Man Records, Detroit noise act Wolf Eyes have taken over the label’s Instagram account and trolled its vinyl-loving rock and blues followers with a series of bizarre memes. Here are just a few of our favourites in all
Melbourne singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett‘s latest collab with Jack White has finally hit our ears, and it’s the deceptively dark new single Boxing Day Blues (Revisited). Barnett’s new track, which was produced by White for his label Third Man Records, is a sort of epilogue for Boxing Day Blues, the final song on her debut album
From The White Stripes to his own solo work and side-projects, Jack White has become a deserved household name everywhere. Everywhere except for his own neighbourhood apparently. As White spends most of the year on the road he doesn’t get much time to mingle with his Nashville neighbours and he’s missed their annual street party
Courtney Barnett has teamed up with Jack White and his label, Third Man Records, to put together the new single Boxing Day Blues Revisited, which will be released later this month alongside a new cover by Barnett which has already hit the interwebs. Boxing Day Blues Revisited, which was produced by White for Third Man
Black Keys’ drummer Patrick Carney has accused Jack White of trying to punch-on with him at a New York City bar. The percussionist took to Twitter to allege that White, whom has a well-documented history of hating on The Black Keys, tried to initiate a blues-rock biffo after catching sight of Carney’s self-professed nerdy visage.
Jack White is a man of many talents, including, for some reason, directing short films about t-shirts. White has masterminded a pretty whimsical commercial for some “pocket t-shirts” which his record label Third Man Records are soon to be releasing. His five-minute short film advertising that fact is called David James Swanson: A Life, A
Australian Jack White fans have been waiting patiently — well, not that patiently — for the former White Stripes frontman to return to Aussie shores, and now White himself has put another nail in the coffin of his future touring prospects by saying he doesn’t want to play festivals. As Consequence Of Sound reports, during
For those who aren’t yet up to speed, Jack White is a co-owner of streaming service Tidal, which was launched by rap mogul Jay Z earlier this year and has since been weathering a storm of criticism from across the music industry. This week, the White Stripe has hosed down some of those criticisms via
Jack White has performed his final concert before embarking on a lengthy hiatus from playing live. The White Stripes frontman-turned-one man juggernaut polished off his short and sweet US acoustic run with a surprise show in Fargo, North Dakota; the only one of America’s 50 states he’d yet to play in. In stark contrast to
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
Just days before he’s set to take the stage at Coachella for the second weekend running, singer-songwriter Jack White has announced plans to take a lengthy hiatus from the gigging life. The White Stripe, who’s been gallivanting across the globe on his Lazaretto world tour these past 18 months, has announced a handful of US
Jack White closed out Coachella festivities on Saturday night with a scorching two-hour long, career-spanning, genre-bending set. His Coachella debut as a solo artist saw the acclaimed singer-songwriter bust out material from his days with The White Stripes, The Raconteurs and, naturally, his solo discography. But, true to form, Jacky boy saved the best for
Rock music’s wily-haired past collided with its slicked-back present on the Lollapalooza stage in Argentina on Saturday night, after Jack White‘s headlining set was crashed by legendary Led Zeppelin frontman, Robert Plant. The rock and roll veteran lent his banshee vocals to a rendition of Zeppelin’s classic The Lemon Song in a surprise cameo, which
Jack White probably couldn’t decide between three music videos to accompany his Lazaretto track That Black Bat Licorice so he’s released them all in one, giving viewers the power to choose at any point which one to watch. White’s new interactive video combines three different clips directed by three different people and by pressing a
In an open letter titled “For God Sakes![sic]” posted to the website of Third Man Records, Jack White has brought the saga of the leaked contract, dressing room requests and guacamole recipe to a head so that, as he says, “we can move on with our lives”. As previously reported, prior to White’s recent show