Jack White is divisive musician. Mayo is a divisive condiment. For some people it’s the only thing that ties a sandwich together, while for others it’s a boring, expensive quest to achieve some dated form of rock-and-roll authenticity that totally overshadows its musical talent. ...Yup!
You've probably seen Jimmy Fallon do his ultra-famous Neil Young impression before, but there's nothing better, really, than seeing Mr. Young himself on the Fallon stage, playing a track inside Jack White's old-school novelty recording booth.
Former White Stripes frontman Jack White is going all out on his upcoming album. The vinyl version of Lazaretto contains a number of unprecedented features, including two different intros for the same song and the appearance of a holographic angel while it spins.
The music video for "High Ball Stepper" – the first cut from Jack White's forthcoming solo album "Lazaretto" – is basically four minutes of blazing guitar riffs set to visuals of two notoriously trippy scientific phenomena.
Bizarre human being and Butthole Surfer Gibby Haynes has the honor of creating the next installment in Jack White's record label's, Third Man Records, fantastic Blue Series. The coolest part, though, is that some of the 7-inch, three-song singles are going to be printed on old medical x-rays.