Just a few of the many faces of the guitar prodigy before his new solo album drops.
Once described by White as “cheating,” Pro Tools was used on his upcoming album, Boarding House Reach.
White also argues that The White Stripes and his own solo work are one in the same: “There is a case to be made that in a lot of ways, The White Stripes is Jack White solo.”
Jack White unveils “Over and Over and Over”, a dirty blues rock jam originally written for The White Stripes: Stream
Dating back 13 years, the song appears on White’s new solo album, Boarding House Reach.
He describes Boarding House Reach as “incredibly modern,” adding that “I wanted to take punk, hip-hop and rock & roll, and funnel it all into a 2018 time capsule.”
Plus, Third Man Records is releasing three early White Stripes live recordings as part of the latest installment of its Vault subscription series.
For all its suffering, Detroit has given no shortage of artistic gifts to the world.
The White Stripes mark 20th anniversary with release of The First Show: Live on Bastille Day: Stream
The fateful concert took place in Detroit twenty years ago today.
“You had better do what you are told. You’d better listen to the radio.”
Including Jack White’s initial impressions of Yeah Yeahs, Bruce Springsteen’s pep talk to Conor Oberst, and that time Peter Doherty propositioned The Strokes’ Nick Valensi.
Icky Thump X is coming out through Jack White’s Third Man Records.
It’s now been a decade since Jack and Meg released their final album, Icky Thump.