Third Man Records
Weird Al crams in there with his band and records the most bizarre a cappella “song” ever.
It’s Guacamole Gate all over again. Jack White has once again taken the internet by storm with something that isn’t exactly true.
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.
I spent a good chunk of my formative years in records stores…now they’re so obsolete, they’ve got their own special DAY!
According to one blog, the duo have already recorded covers of a few folk classics.
Last month, The Dead Weather teased that they were in the studio, and now fans finally know the reason why.
After rescuing Detroit’s Masonic Temple from foreclosure earlier this year, the Detroit rocker has donated $200,000 to the National Recording Preservation Foundation, a gift that will bring the nonprofit to life.
Hardcore vinyl fanatics and record collectors have turned Record Store Day into something of a major shopping holiday on the annual music calendar.
While the mention of Jack White typically elicits visions of blistering guitar lines and dusty blues, the Detroit-native also boasts a far less obvious influence: the band KISS. Where KISS produced a myriad of products […]
2012 was a very good year for rock Renaissance man Jack White. His first proper solo album, Blunderbuss, earned the guitar hero and former White Stripes frontman a fistful of high-profile GRAMMY nominations, including the […]