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.
Jack White’s love of baseball and his hometown Detroit Tigers has scored the rocker his very own Topps card.
2015 is going to be a different year than the last few years. If the current music landscape was a beach, the waves would be so small it would send even Spicoli back to class. […]
The packaging for this CD/DVD release includes a 7-inch with two previously unreleased White Stripes demos.
Interpol, Tame Impala, Florence + the Machine, the Weeknd, alt-J and Hozier are among other acts also performing at the festival, to be held in Indio, Calif. this April.
To the surprise of many, Jack White’s GRAMMY-nominated solo jam “Lazaretto” is based on a hip-hop classic.
It was then lost to time. Until now.
Those familiar with Jack White’s story know that he honed his musical skills while working as an upholsterer in Detroit. His co-worker Brian Muldoon, helped mentor White as a musician and the two would go on to record two singles together as The Upholsterers. The first single “Apple Of My Eye” has been around for awhile having been released in 2000. Another track by the name of “Your Furniture Was Always Dead … I Was Just Afraid To Tell You” was rumored to have existed, however in a form that made it impossibly rare to find.
The resurgence in vinyl sales has been ongoing for the past few years now and it showed no sign of dying down this year. According to the Wall Street Journal, sales of vinyl records are up 49% compared to this time last year. Over eight million records have been sold this year. Let’s take a look at the top 5 best selling vinyl’s from the Wall Street Journals report.