Jack White tour

rock, blues, singer-songwriter, indie, folk

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Jack White Concerts Schedule Apr 2019

Apr 1
Mon, 7:00 pm
Loretta Lynn, Pistol Annies, Margo Price and others 9
Nashville, TN · Bridgestone Arena

About Jack White

Jack White is a well known musician, producer and music video director from America. He was born in 1975 in a family of 10 children. He had learned to play guitar, piano and drums. When he was a teen of 17, he received an offer from Muldoon Studio (upholstery shop) to be an apprenticeship. He organized a band with Brian Muldoon (owner of the shop) when he was in Muldoon Studios. They worked to together and produced a single entitled “The Upholsterers.” But soon Jack White became interested to do something alone and established his own business. He founded “Third Man upholstery” when he was 21. He fell in love with Meg White and they got married in 1996.

With his wife, Meg White, Jack formed a band (White Stripes). The formation of the band has an interesting story. Jack was playing guitar and Meg was just kidding with drums. Jack started singing and Meg played drums with him. Jack loved her childish drums playing and he planned to form a band which will be different. They started wearing white and red dresses and performed in a number of places together. Many people thought they were just siblings. They were able to release a self-titled album in 1999 by a record industry. Together they signed for their second album called “De Stijl” which was released in 2000. The couple soon got separated but the band remained intact. After that they released “White Blood Cells”. The most popular work of the band was “Elephant” which was released in 2003. Jack became reputed because of his work for a war film, “Cold Mountain”.

White Stripes did not last for a long time. He formed a new band called “The Raconteurs” in 2005 with Patrick, Jack Lawrence and Brendan Benson. They were able to release a debut album. And in 2009, Jack formed another group called “the Dead Weather”. But he was not satisfied with his band and decided to build up a solo career.

Jack’s popularity was seen when he was in White Stripes which gave him chances to contact with many great musicians such as The Rolling Stones,Bob Dylan and Jeff Beck