Jack White doesn’t have a secret recipe for guacamole. And more importantly, he’s tired of journalists carrying on about it.
Jack White’s love of baseball and his hometown Detroit Tigers has scored the rocker his very own Topps card.
To the surprise of many, Jack White’s GRAMMY-nominated solo jam “Lazaretto” is based on a hip-hop classic.
The normally tough interview was only slightly squirmy in his two-and-a-half minute chat with Ellen for her daytime talk show, in which he discussed his recent ankle injury, complete with gnarly photo evidence.
It’ll be his first headlining gig there since the White Stripes played MSG in 2007.
Jack White’s now legendary 2014 headline performance at Bonnaroo is going vinyl.
Country songwriter Rivers Rutherford provides voice-over for the music-driven spot.
The three rock legends got together for one amazing photo op. Play ball!
It only took 10 years for someone to outsell Pearl Jam’s ‘Vitalogy.’
Detroit native Jack White threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Tigers’ series opener against the Chicago White Sox today (July 29) at Comerica Park.