During the interview, White playfully hit out at the Guinness Book of World Records for not including his former band, the White Stripes, as having played the shortest concert of all time.
Maybe it's because they're called rock stars, but it seems like a lot of big-time rockers have an inexplicable obsession with outer space.
This past Friday night, Jack White played New York City's Webster Hall as part of the Amex UNSTAGED series. On top of being a sold-out show, the concert was broadcast live via YouTube.
As predicted last week, Jack White's debut solo album, Blunderbuss (buy on iTunes), has landed in the No. 1 spot on the charts in the U.K., toppling Adele by a margin of nearly two-to-one.
On his new album, Blunderbuss, Jack White sings, "But I can't sit still/ Because I know that I will."
Jack White's eclectic, deeply personal new album, Blunderbuss, is officially out today via Third Man Records.
Jack White is heading back to the States next week, but for the time being, he's still tearing it up in Europe.
As part of the Third Man Records Vault subscription series, the White Stripes will be releasing a "new" live DVD, Under New Zealand Lights.
Jack White has just debuted a bizarre new music video for his song "Sixteen Saltines." (Who knew a song called "Sixteen Saltines" would have a weird video?) You can watch the clip below.
Jack White may have been a bit reluctant to launch a solo career, but it seems he's perfectly content with the White Stripes being done for good.