In August 2002, The Strokes played at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on a bill with The White Stripes. Jack White joined the The Strokes on stage to perform the guitar solo on “New York City Cops.”
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The White Stripes released this statement via www.thewhitestripes.com in regards to US Air Force commercial that aired during the Super Bowl. The Stripes obviously claim that they believe their song “Fell In Love With A Girl” had been “re-recorded and used without permission”. The songs are just about identical. Check it out… The musician who […]
If you haven’t seen the 2007 movie “Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story” you are missing a great cameo appearance by Jack White playing the role of “The King” Elvis Presley. About his role in the movie White said, “John C Reilly called me up and asked if I would do it. They were filming in a couple of […]
Just posted a picture of Dave Grohl wearing a sharpied Van Halen shirt and I remembered this photo of Jack White wearing a low budget sharpied Blind Willie McTell shirt. Jack White considers McTell an influence, as The White Stripes 2000 album “De Stijl” was dedicated to him and featured a cover of his song “Southern Can […]
Officially, the pair are the youngest two of 10 children but in reality, John “Jack” Anthony Gillis and local bartender Megan “Meg” Martha White were married on September 21, 1996, he took White’s surname.
Jack & Coke. Jack White & Coca Cola. So who better to write Coca-Cola a jingle then Jack White, who penned the 2006 tune “The Right Thing To Do” for the soft drink company.
Here’s the pretty cool looking mugshot of Jack White from December 13, 2003 in Detroit, Michigan. White was arrested after he got in a brawl with Jason Stollsteimer of the band Von Bondies at the Majestic Theatre Center, in a Detroit night-club called ‘The Magic Stick’.
When Jack White plays with The White Stripes his main guitar is a very distinctive red and white guitar.
Did you know??? That Jack White’s band The Raconteurs had to be renamed “The Saboteurs” for the Australian market when it was discovered that a Queensland jazz band was already using the name “The Raconteurs”.
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