While Jack White has put out plenty of material the past few years, it’s been a while since we’ve heard something from one of his collaborative outfits. That will change in 2015 when The Dead Weather are set to release their third full length studio album.
Fertita previously worked with White in The Dead Weather and The Raconteurs.
Jack White is a student of rock and roll, but he will get to play teacher when he heads to Yale University on Oct. 28.
Isaiah “Ikey” Owens, the longtime keyboardist for the Mars Volta and more recently for Jack White, died Tuesday (Oct. 14) of a heart attack.
In a release, White’s tour was announced to have been canceled for the remainder of its dates in Mexico.
The normally tough interview was only slightly squirmy in his two-and-a-half minute chat with Ellen for her daytime talk show, in which he discussed his recent ankle injury, complete with gnarly photo evidence.
Jack White recently sat down for an interview with Pearl Jam guitarist, Mike McCready. The two covered a variety of topics, including White’s strategy for producing bands, his work with The Dead Weather and The Raconteurs, balancing family and work life, and more. One of the topics they covered might be a shock, however, as it had nothing to do with White’s new album, what he’s working on now, or anything of that nature. Rather, the topic centered on Jack White’s feelings about women in the music industry.
It’ll be his first headlining gig there since the White Stripes played MSG in 2007.
Album releases are a pretty big deal. Artists are always up to new and clever ways to release their material to the public, whether it’s vinyl albums that feature holograms (Jack White) or albums that are free and automatically downloaded to your iTunes library (U2).
Jack White’s now legendary 2014 headline performance at Bonnaroo is going vinyl.