Third Man Records
Third Man Records announced today (October 2) that Jack White’s band recorded two new songs for the label, which will be available through The Vault, their subscription music series.
After rescuing Detroit’s Masonic Temple from foreclosure earlier this year, the Detroit rocker has donated $200,000 to the National Recording Preservation Foundation, a gift that will bring the nonprofit to life.
A day after Jay-Z revealed during an impromptu Twitter chat that his song “Open Letter” would appear on the vinyl edition of MCHG, put out by Jack White’s Third Man Records, the label confirmed that they are in fact releasing the record.
The prolific Jack White is this year’s Record Store Day Ambassador and in honor of as one of his “final acts” before Record Store Day on Saturday, April 20th, the multifaceted musician has unveiled a […]
Hardcore vinyl fanatics and record collectors have turned Record Store Day into something of a major shopping holiday on the annual music calendar. Observed on the third Saturday of April (this year, April 20), the […]
Cross-genre musical collaborations are so hot right now. Emerging hip-hop star A$AP Rocky recruited EDM golden boy Skrillex and his proteges Birdy Nam Nam to produce “Wild for the Night” on Rocky’s debut full-length, Long.Live.ASAP. […]
While the mention of Jack White typically elicits visions of blistering guitar lines and dusty blues, the Detroit-native also boasts a far less obvious influence: the band KISS. Where KISS produced a myriad of products […]
2012 was a very good year for rock Renaissance man Jack White. His first proper solo album, Blunderbuss, earned the guitar hero and former White Stripes frontman a fistful of high-profile GRAMMY nominations, including the […]
Ladies and gentlemen, it was simply inevitable that Muse would reclaim the #1 spot on the Furious 5 at 9. It was written in the stars. These three men, capable of creating more adventure in […]
Will Jack White ever slow down? The prolific musician says, “I’ve never had that busy work mentality. It’s always been about catching up to things I’ve wanted to do for a while.”