Jack White's new album, Blunderbuss, will be released April 24, and we've posted previews and videos of two singles, "Sixteen Saltines" and "Love Interruption." But for those of you who wonder what inspires White these days -- let alone what a blunderbuss is -- The New York Times has the answer: death (not the band, of course).
This past Sunday was April Fools day, and while many of us were busy falling for Google's Really Advanced Search feature, Jack White was busy releasing 1000 copies of a new single, "Freedom at 21," as flexidiscs.
Iggy Pop's recent proclamation about bands today being a bunch of “cheap drinks” you can find at a supermarket got me thinking. But much like Homer Simpson, when I think of a drink, my brain goes directly to beer. If artists today are a bunch of drinks, what kind of beers are they, exactly?
Musicians are just like normal people, and, like us, they run into people throughout their lives who just annoy the hell out of them. However, musicians don't need to resort to passive aggressive Facebook posts to voice their frustrations. Here are three of the harshest character critiques via song.
Over the weekend, Jack White made his first appearance on television as a solo musician, hitting the stage on Saturday Night Live to perform two new tracks from his upcoming studio album, Blunderbuss. Watch below.
After he collaborated with the Insane Clown Posse and Tom Jones, we thought no one could be paired with Jack White that would really surprise us. That said, White recently appeared in a commercial for this week's episode of Saturday Night Live alongside Lindsay Lohan, and it was pretty bizarre. Check out the video below.