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From the White Stripes to his own solo career, Jack White is one of the most celebrated and influential artists of this generation. He has been a contributing member of and The Raconteurs The Dead Weather and has collaborated with such artists as Beck, Alicia Keys, Bob Dylan, Loretta Lynn, Jeff Beck, and The Rolling Stones. Now entrenched in his solo work, Jack White recently released his second album, Lazaretto, a follow-up to the successsful Blunderbuss, and is headed out on tour to support his latest effort. Check out a Jack White concert for a genre-bending musical experience of folk, blues, rock, and country that's sure to keep you grooving.The White Stripes
Jack White and his then-wife, Meg White, formed the White Stripes in 1997, taking on the public persona of siblings rather than spouses and dressing only in red, white, and black. The White Stripes consisted of only the two Whites; Meg infamously played drums, while Jack sang and alternated among various instruments, mostly guitar and bass. The White Stripes released six albums in total, perhaps none more popular than 2003's Elephant. "Seven Nation Army," the band's most well-known song, was the album's first single. The eccentric couple announced in 2011 that they would no longer record or perform music as the White Stripes, freeing up Jack White for other projects.Solo Career
Riding on the success of the White Stripes, Jack White began collaborating with other musicians and even started his own record label, Third Man Records. He contributed to the Quantum of Solace soundtrack, writing the song, "Another Way to Die," for the 2008 James Bond film. In 2012, White released his debut solo album, Blunderbuss, which met with immediate critical success and gained several Grammy nominations. The self-produced album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, and topped the charts with the popular singles "Love Interruption" and "I'm Shakin.'" Jack White also provided the song "Love Is Blindness" for the 2013 re-make of The Great Gatsby.
Jack White's sophomore solo album, Lazaretto, was released in 2014 with equal success. Inspired by material White wrote when he was only 19 years old, Lazaretto is an eclectic work, ranging in sound and style. Its first single, the self-titled track "Lazaretto," is a funky jam that leaves the listener wanting more. Luckily, you can get more because Jack White is on tour! Pick up your Jack White tickets today for a one-of-a-kind music event filled with high energy, impressive musicianship, and hearty fun.