Jack White Confirms Third Studio AlbumA pair of tweets from White's Third Man Records reveal that the singer has recorded in NYC and LA.
Watch Jack White and Nas Team Up on 'One Mic'White and Nas also covered 1920s blues standard “On the Road Again."
Watch Elton John & Jack White Perform 'Two Fingers of Whiskey'Their performance is off White's upcoming film and soundtrack 'The American Epic Sessions.'
Jack White Gives You A Peek Inside Third Man RecordsJack White gives a tour of his Third Man Records facility in Nashville.
Watch the Trailer for Jack White's Upcoming 'American Epic'Artists were recorded through authentically engineered equipment from the ’20s to pay tribute to the Carter Family, Charlie Patton, Mississippi John Hurt, and more.
Listen to Jack White's New Song 'Battle Cry'The White Stripes frontman is currently recording in Nashville, Tennessee, working on the follow-up to his second solo album, 2014’s 'Lazaretto.'
5 Things We Learned about Jack White from 'New Yorker' InterviewWhite rarely does interviews these days. And when he does, reporters dig deep as they may never get another chance.
White Stripes Respond to Donald Trump's Use of 'Seven Nation Army'Let's just say they weren't happy about the association.
Jack White Performs 'Sugar Never Tasted So Good,' 'Just One Drink'White started with The White Stripes' "Sugar Never Tasted So Good" and then performed the rollicking "Just One Drink."
Jack White Praises Beyonce, Teases Fallon & Releases New VideoJack White is a man of many talents. The singer/songwriter recently released his unplugged collection Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016 and while promoting the new album he took some time to praise Beyoncé and poke fun at Jimmy Fallon.
Watch Jack White Perform White Stripes' 'We're Going to be Friends'Jack White played "We're Going to be Friends" and shared air time with Jimmy Page, who was there to promote Led Zeppelin's 'BBC Sessions' reissue.
Jack White Praises Beyonce, Teases Fallon & Releases New VideoJack White recently released his unplugged collection, and while promoting the new album took some time to praise Beyoncé and poke fun at Jimmy Fallon.