After garnering publicity for comments he made in his recent Rolling Stone cover story, Jack White took to his own website to offer what he titled “An Apology and an Explanation from Jack White.”
The White Stripes’ 2003 single, “Seven Nation Army,” has evolved from one of the band’s biggest hits into something of a cultural phenomenon. Now a bona fide “jock jam” that’s routinely chanted by sports fans at events around the world, the tune has been covered and played around the world. Apparently, that includes cruise ships — and not the cruise ship band, either.
Jack White, 38, now has his own tribute album performed by legendary artists who influenced him.
After spearheading three successful rock bands (The White Stripes, The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather), starting a record label (Third Man Records) and producing albums for legendary artists (Loretta Lynn and Wanda Jackson), it seemed […]