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Jack White at Governors Ball 2014

By Will Oliver, June 13th 2014 — with 1 comment


It took me a few minutes to settle in and compose myself after finding a position in the photo pit, and realizing I was about to shoot the legendary Jack White. It was hard to believe it was happening, considering that the last time I saw White was at Webster Hall where there was a strict no photo/cell phone use policy. But here I was about the photograph Mr. White on the main stage at Governors Ball.
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Stream Jack White’s New Album ‘Lazaretto’

By Will Oliver, June 4th 2014

Jack White - Lazaretto

Despite all the other Jack White drama that’s been unfolding recently, the only thing I’m concerned about is his new album Lazaretto. The album is due out officially next Tuesday via Third Man Records.

You can hear the album right now, as it’s streaming over at iTunes radio. If you’re planning to catch White’s set at Governors Ball like myself, this is a good way to familiarize yourself with the new songs a bit.

[new]: Jack White – Just One Drink

By Will Oliver, May 21st 2014

Jack White - Lazaretto

Jack White’s new album Lazaretto comes out on June 10 via Third Man Records. Before that, he’ll be playing a headlining set here in New York City during Governors Ball.

He’s given us two sneak peaks of the album, sharing the album’s title track and a song called “High Ball Stepper.” Now he’s also let loose of another album cut, this time it’s “Just One Drink.”

It’s a somewhat White Stripes sounding affair, with a bit of a country influence worked in there.

Take a listen, below.
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[new]: Jack White – Lazaretto

By Will Oliver, April 27th 2014

Jack White

Jack White’s new album Lazaretto comes on June 10 via Third Man Records. He previously shared an album cut called “High Ball Stepper” and now he’s shared the title track which is the album’s first single.

White rips through the track with his usual antics: furious blues inspired guitar riffs and soulful vocals. He also gives us a few surprises such the fiddle that plays us out. It’s good to hear White at it again in full force.

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Jack White - Lazaretto

Jack White will release his new album Lazaretto on June 10 via Third Man Records. Which makes sense as to why he has a fair share of Festival dates lined up this summer (including Governors Ball).

He also delivered the first taste of the album in the form of an instrumental album track titled “High Ball Stepper.” It’s as bluesy and dirty featuring some fizzy guitar riffs as you’d expect from White, even if it’s a bold choice for the first song shared. But it’s Jack White, he does as he pleases. The first single will follow sometime soon.

The album will feature a limited edition pressed by Third Man Records as a part of their Vault subscription. It will be the only limited edition that they press, so don’t sleep on it. Once it’s gone, it’s gone. Read more about the package at Jack White’s website, and if you like what you see go ahead and treat yourself to the album here.

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Jack White @ Webster Hall (April 27, 2012)

By Will Oliver, May 1st 2012

I was fortunate enough to score a ticket for the intimate Jack White show at Webster Hall from last Friday, and it was worth every bit of effort. The webcast was great, don’t get me wrong. But being there truly made all the difference in the world. The amount of pure rock & roll energy that translates live with Jack White is indescribable. The floor was shaking, there was a general happy glee among every in the crowd. It was one of those moments where you knew you were around greatness.

Jack White is old fashioned. He had girls taking Polaroids for fans, that we got to take home with us. No cameras were allowed, as Jack wanted us just to enjoy the show, like people used to. There was an intermission, and his all girl band opened the show, and his all boys band finished. He dished out most of his solo stuff, amongst classic White Stripes cuts, as well as a few Raconteurs/Dead Weather songs.

There was no lack of effort, and no cockiness. Jack White just played his songs, and boy did he play them well. I still want to learn guitar, but after witnessing Jack play, there’s truly no point.

I’ve embedded the webstream below. I’ve also included a photo I took of Gary Oldman passing by while I was in line. Commish Gordon live in the flesh!
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