Jack White, who replaced Morgan Wallen as musical guest on "Saturday Night Live," used his performance to honor the late Eddie Van Halen.
Jack White is stepping in as a last-minute replacement on this week's “Saturday Night Live,” after the NBC show dismissed previously booked artist Morgan Wallen after he ran afoul of COVID-19 guidelines. White, former frontman of the White Stripes, will make his third solo appearance (and fourth overall, including the White Stripes' appearance in 2002) […]
White continues to thrill fans with a slew of projects, whether it’s collaborating with his peers or working with legends and exposing them to a new generation of fans.
In “This week in games shows," watch as Steve Harvey loses his cool and one "Jeopardy" contestant confuse a rocker with a rapper.
Jack White will be selling a new seven-inch record, featuring a new song, with tickets to an upcoming Detroit Tigers game.
American Epic has spent the past couple of weeks reintroducing America to its musical past. This documentary series, a co-production of PBS and the BBC, has traced history as far back as the 1920s: The show’s premise is that this was the decade when new portable recording techniques allowed various musical historians, cultural anthropologists, and businesspeople to go out and record many pioneering blues, folk, and country performers for the first time in the artists’ careers. The result, as the show puts it, is “the first time America heard itself. ...
Nas, Beck, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Elton John, Alabama Shakes, more are featured in the project about the origins of recorded music
Jack White dropped his surprise song "Battle Cry" on streaming services, a scorching instrumental that serves as theme for his baseball bat company.
On Wednesday, Jack White joined an illustrious list of honorees — including Quincy Jones, Neil Young, Nile Rodgers, and Rick Rubin — at the Recording Academy’s 10th Annual Producers & Engineers Wing Grammy week event, held at Los Angeles’s famous Village Recording Studios. “I had a speech prepared by [Trump counselor] Kellyanne Conway and [notorious music industry blogger] Bob Lefsetz, but I left it in the car on the way here, so I’m just going to wing it,” White quipped, before musing nostalgically about the analog recording techniques of yore.
Jack White has reupholstered the couch from Sam Phillips Recording, the Memphis studio opened in 1960 by the Sun Records founder.
Jack White, Bon Iver, Yoko Ono and Sub Pop are among the artists and labels contributing bundles to an auction to benefit Studios for Schools.
Well, the White Stripes were pretty pissed about it. Recently, the Donald Trump campaign released a video in which the White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” was played. Regarding the use of “Seven Nation Army” in a Donald Trump campaign video, The White Stripes would like to unequivocally state that they have nothing whatsoever to do with this video.
On Friday, Jack White released Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016, a new collection containing—as you might guess—Jack White's acoustic recordings between 1998 and 2016. The compilation includes "City Lights," an unreleased White Stripes song originally recorded during the sessions for 2005's Get Behind Me, Satan. As a nice little treat, director Michel Gondry has put together a new…
Last night, Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon attempted to bond with musical guest Jack White over their shared hobby of playing guitar. “I have a Fender Newporter, have you ever heard of those before?” Fallon asked. “It’s just so easy and fun to play.”