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April 18, 2010 Even in the desert, the Dead Weather hit the stage dressed all in black.
And during their Saturday night headlining set at Coachella, it certainly suited the music.
From the count-in of the first song, a cover of "Forever My Queen" by Virginia doom-metal band Pentagram, it was clear that Jack White and his bandmates -- the Kills vocalist Alison Mosshart, Queens of the Stone Age guitarist and keyboardist Dean Fertita, and the Raconteur …
February 24, 2010 The first time Jack White started rocking out with his spouse, he formed the White Stripes. Now, he's attempting to craft some new marital music with his wife of four years, supermodel Karen Elson. Watch her debut solo video below!
It's a live, acoustic version of the title track from The Ghost Who Walks, Elson's 12-song debut album produced by White and recorded at his Third Man Studios in Nashville, due for a summer release. …
February 2, 2010 Jack White's latest supergroup (and SPIN cover alumni) the Dead Weather have announced a 13-date spring tour of the U.S., set to kick off April 5 in San Francisco.
During the trek, the quartet -- also featuring singer Alison Mosshart (the Kills), guitarist Dean Fertita (Queens of the Stone Age), and bassist Jack Lawrence (the Raconteurs) -- will drop into Coachella and the New Orleans Jazz Fest in support of their debut album, Horehoun …
October 2, 2009 In each of his... 32 (?) bands, Jack White makes a point of sharing, or even ceding, the spotlight with his collaborators. …
September 21, 2009 Everyone from President Obama to Katy Perry has weighed in on Kanye West's bad behavior at the VMAs. The latest person to get laughs off Kanye's public buffoonery? …
September 18, 2009 There's two things you need to know about Under the Great White Northern Lights, the White Stripes' new film, which documents their summer 2007 tour to the far reaches of Canada:1. The film -- premiered for select viewers in NYC Thursday -- is probably fans' only chance to ever watch Jack White have a conversation about muskox hunting with the mayor of Yellow Knife, a small town of about 20,000 people just south of the Arctic Circle. …
August 13, 2009 This week, Lollapalooza invaded Chicago with more than 130 bands banging out sets in the blazing heat. …
August 13, 2009 "A spider got eight legs," Jack White sings in "Fly Farm Blues. "And I got two / This guitar got six strings / How about you? / What have you got?"
What we've got is the first solo song from the White Stripe-Raconteur-Dead Weather multi-tasker, a distorted blues stomp from It Might Get Loud, the guitar documentary that also spawned this Jimmy Page interview. …
August 12, 2009 You can start drooling now, guitar geeks. …
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