Jack White’s a musician that’s not afraid to push the boundaries beyond conventionality.
Choose your own adventure in White’s new music video.
Jack White doesn’t have a secret recipe for guacamole. And more importantly, he’s tired of journalists carrying on about it.
Jack White’s unexpected cover of Harry Connick Jr. can be found on the B-side of his latest single, “That Black Bat Licorice.”
Jack White will soon release another single from Lazaretto. “That Black Bat Licorice” will be the latest track available for purchase as a 7″ vinyl from third man records and will contain a cover of Harry Connick Jr.’s “Blue Light, Red Light (Someone’s There)” as the B-Side.
Or bananas. Seriously, no bananas.
He’s come a long way.
Jimmy Fallon’s done a pretty good job booking rock artists this week. First he had his duet with Neil Young. Now, he brought on the “High Ball Stepper” Jack White onto his show last night with White delivering a standout performance.
They jammed through “Salute Your Solution” from their last album, 2008’s Consolers of the Lonely, and their hit 2006 hit “Steady as She Goes” from their debut Broken Boy Soldiers.
Jack White performed in front of a hometown crowd last night at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena and brought along some old friends for the ride.