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Jack White, Jack Black, fun., More Contribute to Beck’s ‘Song Reader’ Companion Album

In 2012, Beck pulled the very Beck-ian move of releasing his newest batch of songs, Song Reader, via a book of sheet music, as opposed to putting out actual recordings of the songs.


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Jack White Covers Kanye West’s ‘Black Skinhead': Watch

Jack White has made it very clear that he wants to work with Kanye West, but for some reason ‘Ye won’t return his calls. Perhaps this new cover will pique his interest.


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Jack White, Zac Brown Band Cover Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’ Over the Weekend: Watch

Metallica fans attending Glastonbury this past weekend got to witness the band twice on Saturday (June 28) — well, “Enter Sandman,” at least.


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Watch Jack White Play On After Power is Pulled on His Set in Dublin

Your silly curfews and speakers cannot contain Jack White.


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Jack White Awarded Own Ice Cream Flavor ‘Jack N’ White,’ Includes a Shot of Jack Daniels

Jack White is joining the likes of Willie Nelson, Jerry Garcia, Dave Matthews Band and Phish in getting his own ice cream flavor. Though, White will have to head to Australia to taste his signature dairy creation at the Australian chain Gelato Messina.


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Jack White Talks MC Lyte’s Influence, ‘Seven Nation Army”s Soccer Anthem Status for KROQ

This morning, Jack White stopped by Los Angeles station KROQ’s Kevin and Bean show for an interview and live performance on the Red Bull Soundstage. During the session, he discussed how he wrote a new song after listening to MC Lyte, he recalled Neil Young’s first visit to Third Man Records and revealed what the original title of his new album, Lazaretto, was going to be.


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Jack White Likes Hearing ‘Seven Nation Army’ Everywhere

In an interview with Conan, Jack White talks about how his bass-heavy classic song pops up everywhere: from sports stadiums to cruise ships.





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