Musicians are just like us, sometimes they do things that just aren’t nearly as much fun as they hoped. Case in point: Jack White hanging out at a Chicago Cubs game.
White’s take on Lorde follows recent stabs at songs by Jay Z, Kanye West and Metallica.
Jack White’s got 99 problems, but covering Jay Z ain’t one.
Jack White has made it very clear that he wants to work with Kanye West, but for some reason ‘Ye won’t return his calls. Perhaps this new cover will pique his interest.
Metallica fans attending Glastonbury this past weekend got to witness the band twice on Saturday (June 28) — well, “Enter Sandman,” at least.
Here’s to Jenny Lewis’ rainbow/beige pant-suit, Neko Case’s skeleton pants, the Kills’ leopard-print backdrop, Ezra Koenig’s camo shorts, and Janelle always giving us shivers when she sings ‘Given ‘Em What They Love.’
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After garnering publicity for comments he made in his recent Rolling Stone cover story, Jack White took to his own website to offer what he titled “An Apology and an Explanation from Jack White.”
With a little help from Jack White, Neil Young made history last night (May 12) on The Tonight Show by recording a song straight to vinyl.
Neil Young has offered up the first taste from his upcoming album, A Letter Home, which will be released on Jack White’s label, Third Man Records. His cover of Burt Jansch’s “Needle of Death” was recorded in Third Man’s “record booth,” a refurbished 1947 Voice-O-Gram machine that cuts songs directly to vinyl.