So says Brendan Benson.
A new column dedicated to the rumors.
They played “Hands” and “Steady As She Goes”.
“It’s a unique long-term plan for new music from this incendiary group.”
Perfect presents for birthdays, or Hannukah, or never.
Something to listen to as you decide our country’s fate.
Membership has its privileges.
Here’s the first of many to be called “show of the year.”
Live at Montreux 2008 arrives in June.
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One day, 10 favorites, two writers.
New Third Man Vault package also includes Raconteurs live album.
Plus, Fatboy Slim, Girl Talk, Mastodon, and more.
Worth the wait.
Jack White returns to the stage. And not as a guest.
Kid Rock is playing, too.
Jack White and co. to headline the MI Festival.
Also begins work on next solo LP.
The city and the singer continue their love affair.
Yeah, starting three giant rock sensations before the age of 40 is clearly overkill.
Who knew Blood/Candy would sound so good.
Who wants to go to Nashville?
Jack White: Enigmatic showman, a creative dynamo and cult of personality. All in less than a decade.
The Raconteur voices off.
Available now through Jack White’s vault
On October 12th to be exact.
For a guy who isn’t the biggest fan of the digital world, Jack White sure has a hard time showing it — then again, the following is way cooler than any hack MySpace.
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As thrilling as day one turned out to be, day two of the inaugural New American Music Union offered so much more. From acclaimed college bands to high-profile music legends, NAMU’s final day certainly made the books.
“Too Many Headliners” …
What a weekend!
As we alluded to earlier today, day one of Lollapalooza 2008 started off with a bang. Though with a line of festival-goers stretching more than five blocks, most folks didn’t start rolling in until Holy Fuck and Black Lips kicked …