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Jack White Biography, Age, Net Weight, Education, Career, Albums

Jack White Biography

Jack White whose birth name is John Anthony White was born on July 9, 1975, he is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer.

He is best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the duo The White Stripes, but has also had success in other bands and as a solo artist.he has enjoyed consistent critical and popular success and is widely credited as one of the key artists in the garage rock revival of the 2000s.

Jack White Age

He is currently 43 years old since he was born on  July 9, 1975, as of 2019.

Jack White Height and Weight

He has an estimated height of 188 cm and weighs 68 kg as of 2019.

Jack White Net Weight

He has  an estimated  net worth of $45 Million as of 2019.

Jack White Education

He Intending to become a priest and almost got admitted to a seminary in Wisconsin but changed his mind and enrolled for a major in business at the renowned Cass Technical High School in Detroit, where he played the drums and trombone in the school band.

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Jack White  Family

He was the youngest of the ten children of Teresa and Gorman M. Gillis.

Jack White Career

He started his career as the drummer at the age of 19 for the Detroit band “Goober & the Peas” and still was in that position when the band broke up in 1996. From that band, he learned about touring and performing onstage. He then settled working as an upholsterer by day while moonlighting in local bands after the band’s split. After his marriage with Meg, they both started their career as part of Michigan’s underground garage rock music scene. The White Stripes were signed by Dave Buick to Italy Records in the year 1998. Then, in the year 1999, the band got chance to release its eponymous debut album and a year later the next album the cult classic, De Stijl got released.The band released White Blood Cells in 2001.

He also acted in the 2003 film, Cold Mountain, as a character named Georgia. He appeared as a special guest on the season one finale of The Muppets and sang You Are the Sunshine of My Life which he later released on 7″ vinyl in the year 2016. In January 2018, he released two songs titled Connected by Love” and “Respect Commander. Since 2018, he has been playing Peavey EVH Wolfgang guitars, which are Eddie Van Halen’s signature model, his third solo album Boarding House Reach which was released on 23rd March 2018.

Jack White Wife

Jack met Megan White, a bartender at the Memphis Smoke restaurant and married her on September 21, 1996. Breaking convention, he took on her last name and became Jack White. The couple divorced on March 24, 2000. In 2003, he entered into a relationship with actress Renée Zellweger, the two split in December 2004. On June 1, 2005, White married Karen Elson, a British model, the couple has two children a daughter Scarlett Teresa and son Henry, the couple threw a party in June 2011 to announce their intention to divorce , which was finalized on November 26, 2013, after a legal spat.

Jack White Albums

  • Blunderbuss 2012
  • Lazaretto 2014
  • Boarding House Reach 2018
  • The Lowdown 2012
  • Acoustic Recordings 2016

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Jack White Over and Over and Over Lyrics

[Verse 1]
The Sisyphean dreamer
My fibula and femur
Hold the weight of the world
(Over and over)
I think, therefore I die
Anxiety and I, rolling down a mountain
(Over and over)

My shoulder holds the weight of the world

[Chorus]
Yeah, the wind is blowing
Volcanoes blowing, my lungs are blowing
(Over and over)
Who could not win the mistress, wooed the maid
With no sign of a grave
(Over and over)
(Over and over)
(Oh yeah)

[Verse 2]
Hollow body
Wine belly perfidy
Move like Isotta Fraschini
(Over and over)
The rock ‘n’ roller, the young and older
Rolling back to the stroller
(Over and over)

And although you warned me
The gods have all scorned me now

[Chorus]
The wind is blowing
Volcanoes blowing, my lungs are blowing
(Over and over)
Who could not win the mistress, wooed the maid
With no sign of a grave
(Over and over)
(Over and over)

(Over and over)

[Bridge]
And I’m punished for the passion
Only telling ’cause you’re asking
And I’m a glutton for the tasking

And the lovers are drowning
And they’re never gonna find ’em
‘Cause theirs ego’s gonna blind ’em
(Over and over)

Woo!

Yeah, my shoulder on a boulder
Holds the weight of the world
(Yeah)

[Chorus]
Oh, the wind is blowing
Volcanoes blowing, my lungs are blowing
(Over and over)
Who could not win the mistress, wooed the maid
With no sign of a grave
(Over and over)

My shoulder holds the weight of the world
(Over and over)
(Over and over)

[Verse 1]
The Sisyphean dreamer
My fibula and femur
Hold the weight of the world
(Over and over)
I think, therefore I die
Anxiety and I, rolling down a mountain
(Over and over)
(Over and over)

And although you’ve warned me
The gods have all scorned me now

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Jack White Interview

Interviewer: Let’s talk about the recording process a little bit. Did you use digital tools like Pro Tools?

 White: To edit I did, yeah. Brilliant editing tool. I’m not so sure I would like to record and live in that world too much. I really love the world of recording to tape, because there’s something about erasing what you did. … I like that technology. I think some people think I like this stuff just because it’s “old-fashioned.” There’s something about when you record a track on a tape and you don’t like it, you try again and you erase the old one. In computers, you don’t do that. You keep everything. I’m not into that, I like to throw away things I’m not using. It’s like getting photos developed, you know? I’ll take out the four good ones and throw away the rest.

Interviewer: Do you have an archive of stuff that you’ve been working on? I talked to Eddie Kramer the other day, and he just finished the third of a trilogy of Jimi Hendrix releases from the vaults. There’s hours and days and weeks of tape to choose from. Do you do that?

 White: First off, I would love to sit down and have a coffee with Eddie Kramer one day. That would be great, you’re lucky you got to talk to him, that’s somebody I would love to meet.

I play in the studio all the time. But then, once in a while, I’ll say, “Hey, I like this. Can you record this thing before I forget it?” I’ll do that. And what happened with this album was a lot of those things, these little five-second pieces, 10-second pieces, especially from me on the drum set. Say, the beginning of “Corporation” or “Respect Commander,” [two songs from Boarding House Reach]. That’s me on drums playing for five or 10 seconds. And then I made a song out of that, because I really liked the tone of that drum beat.

Interviewer: Would I be correct in saying this record is more rhythmic than the last couple?

 White: I think so. Some of these songs have three or four drummers on a track, so that’s really cool to work with and edit, because of all these different styles and tones into the same song. It’s very interesting. It’s also great, too, because some people make solo records where they do all the instruments themselves. I’ve never really done that but maybe one day I’ll try. I actually would prefer working with other people and seeing what they bring to the table because that inspires me to do new things.

Interviewer: To my ears, it sounds like some of these songs might have arisen out of jams. Is that true?

 White:Yeah, a lot of them were. They were coming out of 20-to-30 minute jams when we were in New York and LA. I’d say, “here’s this drum loop and here’s an idea for a melody,” and I’d play it to them and say, “Why don’t you guys try to play along with this?” And something cool would happen. And then I’d take that tape from New York to LA and ask a new group of five or six people to try to play along with this too, “What can you bring to the table to accompany this song?” I ended up coming back to Nashville with, like, 20 tracks. So it was a lot of editing.

Interviewer: Corporation, for example. I mean there’s really such a cool groove in that song. I really didn’t want it to end.

 White:Well, there’s a 30-minute version there somewhere for you, one day.

Source:globalnews.ca

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Jack White, Kacey Musgraves, Margo Price, More Perform in Tribute to Loretta Lynn: Watch

Last night, a birthday celebration for Loretta Lynn was held at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The celebration featured tribute performances from Jack White, Kacey Musgraves, Margo Price, Pistol Annies, Garth Brooks, Keith Urban, Alan Jackson, and others. During the show Jack White sang “Have Mercy” and dueted with Margo Price on “Portland, Oregon” (both from Lynn’s 2004 White-produced album Van Lear Rose). Additionally, Kacey Musgrave put her spin on “You Ain’t Woman Enough (To Take My Man)” and Lynn herself took the stage to perform “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” surrounded by friends. Check out videos below.

Loretta Lynn celebrates her 87th birthday this year. In 2018, she released the album Wouldn’t It Be Great, which was postponed after she suffered a stroke in 2017.

Source:pitchfork.com