Jack White

Wanda Jackson Is Still Here for the ‘Party’
Wanda Jackson, the First Lady of Rockabilly, gives credit to Elvis Presley as the man who persuaded her to record the new music coming out of Memphis in the 1950s. Before there was rockabilly in her career, however, there was country, and after rockabilly there was Christian and gospel music...
Loretta Lynn Celebrated by Garth, Reba, Martina + More
A long way from her birthplace of Butcher Holler, Ky., and a far cry from her first visit to Nashville, Loretta Lynn walked the red carpet outside Nashville's Ryman Auditorium Tuesday night, October 12, looking radiant in a flowing golden gown, and on the arm of a beaming Garth Brooks...
The Secret Sisters Revealed
The Secret Sisters, comprised of Laura and Lydia Rogers, arrive in stores with their self-titled debut album this week. The siblings teamed up with Grammy-winning producer T-Bone Burnett (of 'Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?' fame), along with Dave Cobb (Waylon Jennings, Jamey Johnson) to present this co…
Mary Gauthier Pulls Into the Station With Personal Tunes
Mary Gauthier's wry sense of humor brought so much good cheer to the audience gathered on September 9 at Nashville's historic Station Inn, it was as if a pressure valve had released pent-up tension leaving jubilation behind.
Not that those at the Americana Music Festival take themselves overly seriou…
T-Bone Burnett Introduces the Secret Sisters
The Secret is out -- The Secret Sisters, that is. T-Bone Burnett, the Grammy-winning producer behind 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' is presenting the new sister act on their highly-anticipated, self-titled opener on October 5. He is so excited and confident about these young ladies, that a n…
Jack White Plays Instrumental Role in Aid to Flood Victims
Jack White continues to raise money for Nashville flood victims.
The rocker and his Music City-based company, Third Man Records, are auctioning a genuine, one-of-a-kind red-and-white Ludwig Musser marimba which was custom made for the White Stripes and used during the band's 2005-2006 tour...
Jack White, Bob Dylan Salute Hank Williams
Jack White was recently asked by Bob Dylan to pay tribute to Hank Williams in a particularly novel way. According to the White Stripes and Raconteurs guitarist and vocalist, Dylan "came upon, somehow, 20 to 25 unfinished songs by Hank Williams -- just the lyrics, no music -- and he started …