Congrats are in order for the Black Keys, and in particular the band's singer-guitarist Dan Auerbach, who had his name mentioned six times when the 2013 Grammy nominations were revealed Wednesday night (Dec. 5). He tied with fun., Jay-Z, Mumford & Sons, Frank Ocean and Kanye West for the most nominations of the evening.
When former Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan isn’t rocking out on stage with one of his bands Velvet Revolver or Loaded, he pens a regular column for ‘Seattle Weekly’ that covers everything from sports to politics and of course music. In his latest column, the legendary bassist digs a little deeper into the music scene, interviewing Jack White who recently released his solo debut ‘Blunderbuss.’
In 2003, the White Stripes were ready to go from everyone's favorite blog and buzz band to a full-on chart smashing act, and 'Seven Nation Army,' the lead single from 2003's 'Elephant' album, was the song that would do it for them.
When it comes to collaborations between ex-White Stripes frontman Jack White and rap rockers Insane Clown Posse, one song simply isn't enough. Lucky for fans of the unique partnership, the B-side to the A-side ‘Leck Mich Im Arsch’ that dropped earlier this month has surfaced online.
Yesterday, we reported on the unique collaboration between ex-White Stripes frontman Jack White and rap rockers Insane Clown Posse. Today we present you with a review of the song from the publication Classical Music Biweekly and the opportunity to listen to the tune.
What's going on in that immensely creative little noggin of former White Stripes frontman Jack White? Maybe he's been sipping on too much Faygo? Perhaps he's taking the name of his record label, Third Man Records, a bit too literally? Or could this just be a sick, twisted joke?
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