Jack White: Record Man

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The New York Times has a profile of Jack White up, where he talks about opening the new Nashville office of his Third Man label, why he founded the Dead Weather, and what to expect from their upcoming album, Horehound, on which White plays the drums.

The New York Times has a profile of Jack White up, where he talks about opening the new Nashville office of his Third Man label, why he founded the Dead Weather, and what to expect from their upcoming album, Horehound, on which White plays the drums. One tidbit we’re especially excited to learn about — the album, due in June, will contain a cover of Bob Dylan’s “New Pony.” That’s like, our 115th favorite Bob Dylan song!

“For years I’ve been playing guitar like a drummer,” says White. “Now I want to play drums like a producer and see what happens. Looking at a song from that seat is a whole different ballgame, and it makes me reinvest in writing and producing music again.”

Check out the article here.



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