The 1950’s and 1960’s were iconic times for blues music in Chicago. Born In Chicago chronicles this era complemented by the scores of Bob Dylan, Jack White and B.B. King. Narrated by Marshall Chess of Chess Records, this doc features interviews and performances by Howlin’ Wolf, Steve Miller, Muddy Waters and Buddy Guy.
With Jack White focusing much of his time on solo material and various other projects of late, it’s easy to forget that it’s been five years since The Dead Weather last released an LP. That will all change this September when they release their third full-length studio record.
“Nashville needed Jack White,” Lynn said. “And I think he’s one of the greatest artists there is.”
Third Man Records is expanding, to Detroit to be specific.
It’s Guacamole Gate all over again. Jack White has once again taken the internet by storm with something that isn’t exactly true.
Jack White has made headlines in the past year, no doubt. When you release one of the year’s biggest records and go on a lengthy tour, there are bound to be items that pop up in the media and on the internet that may not arise for other artists. In this day and age, it can be difficult to distinguish fact from fiction, especially in regards to celebrity news. In light of recent items that Jack White has found himself in the news for, Third Man Records issued a statement aiming to address “click bait bingo.”
TIDAL has come under scrutiny from fans and musicians alike for various reasons. Jack White has heard them and attempted to alleviate concerns in a Q&A on Third Man Record’s website yesterday.
Jack White and Loretta Lyann “represent what is best about Nashville with music that spans multiple genres and generations,” says the city’s mayor.
Following extensive renovations, Nashville’s Music City Walk of Fame will reopen with two brand new additions.
Jack White closed out his run of surprise acoustic shows in Fargo, North Dakota with a special message to fans and perhaps a not so-veiled advertisement for Tidal.