Never content for to release his music in only conventional ways, Jack White has announced his next single will be recorded live, pressed, and released in one day. It’s a stunt he’s calling “The World’s Fastest Released Record.” White will perform the title track to his upcoming second solo LP Lazaretto at 10 a.m. on, fittingly, Record Store Day, April 19, at the Nashville headquarters of Third Man Records.The direct-to-acetate recording will then go to United Record Pressing,
Looking for the perfect stocking stuffer for the guitarist in your life? Or just a little something to dirty up your own guitar sound? Well then Jack White and Third Man Records may have the pedal for you.
The singer/guitarist and his Nashville-based label have teamed up with Union Tube and Transistor to bring you the Bumble Buzz; a new custom… Read More
Guitar Shop TV met with Author/Photographer Lisa S. Johnson at The Cutting Room in New York this month to discuss her fabulous new book “108 Rock Star Guitars”
“108 Rock Star Guitars” is an illustrated coffee table book that was published on October 8, 2013, encapsulating the sexy imagery by Lisa S. Johnson of the world’s most famous guitars. The book contains a foreword by Les Paul.
Armed with a macro lens, an incredible eye for detail and a truly ground breaking
Record Store Day: Jack White goes public with his vinyl fetish
By Alex Baker
This Saturday, April 20 has been officially proclaimed as International Record Store Day. Music fans everywhere are encouraged to close down their iTunes, Pandora and Spotify apps, and visit their local record shop to hunt down some vinyl. To help ensure the occasion’s success, indie-garage rock guitar hero Jack White has been named as the official ambassador for the… Read More
Two Nights In September At Radio City Music Hall with Jackie White OR How I Spent Two And A Quarter Hours Of My Life
Written by Iman Lababedi from rocknyc Tuesday, 02 October 2012
(Note: the above video of The Strokes preforming ‘New York City Cops’ featuring Jack White is obviously NOT from the Radio City show reviewed below, but we wanted to include it anyway, because it highlights Jack’s awesome guitar work!)
It was Sunday morning and I was halfway thru writing my review of