The solo discography of American rock musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer Jack White consists of three studio albums, three live albums, one compilation album, and fifteen singles. Prior to releasing solo records, White recorded albums with several bands, including the White Stripes, the Raconteurs, and the Dead Weather. Throughout his career, he has also produced the works of many other artists and made guest appearances on albums.
Jack White and Alison Mosshart performing live with the Dead Weather at the Glastonbury Festival, June 26, 2009. While on tour to promote Consolers of the Lonely, White developed bronchitis and often lost his voice. Alison Mosshart, the frontwoman for The Kills (who was touring with the Raconteurs at the time) would often fill in as his vocal replacement. The chemistry between the two artists led them to collaborate, and in early 2009, White formed a new group called. On April 1, 2014, White announced his second solo album, Lazaretto, inspired by plays and poetry he had written as a teen. It was released on June 10, 2014 simultaneously with the first single off the album, "High Ball Stepper".
Jack White Live From Bonnaroo setlist: Icky Thump High Ball Stepper Lazaretto Hotel Yorba Temporary Ground Missing Pieces Steady, As She Goes Top Yourself I’m Slowly Turning Into You Freedom at 21 Three Women You Don’t Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You’re Told) We’re Going to Be Friends Alone in My Home Ball and Biscuit The.
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Jack White: 'Live Maida Vale Session'. High Ball Stepper (Radio 1 Session, 2nd July 2014). Lazaretto (Radio 1 Session, 2nd July 2014). Missing Pieces (Radio 1 Session, 2nd July 2014).
Jack White – You Don’t Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You’re Told) (04:06) 13. Jack White – We’re Going To Be Friends (10:46) 14. Jack White – Alone In My Home (03:44) 15. Jack White – Ball And Biscuit (06:02) 16. Jack White – The Lemon Song (02:47) 1.
Jack White (2). Nom civil: John Anthony Gillis. Profil: American musician, songwriter, record producer, and label owner, born July 9, 1975 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. White earned two Grammys with The White Stripes for Best Alternative Music Album (Elephant) and Best Rock Song ("7 Nation Army"). He earned a Grammy as a producer in 2004 for Loretta Lynn's Van Lear Rose, which won Best Country Album. Founded the label Third Man Records in 2001, along with Third Man Pressing in 2017.
Can Jack White Change His Stripes? He became a rock legend by embracing the past. Now, the last guitar hero is trying to figure out how to live in the future. Jack White is still willing to say stuff, even in an era when famous people are digitally disincentivized from uttering so much as a vaguely provocative syllable, where extremely cautious wokeness is the only sensible interview mode.
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