Don’t Interrupt Jack’s Love
Don’t Interrupt Jack’s LoveFebruary 14, 2012
Though he hails from Detroit, Jack White has made Nashville his home—and music laboratory—for several years. He was a devotee of dirty blues with his first band, the White Stripes, garage rock with his second band, the Raconteurs, and even dirtier blues with his third outfit, the Dead Weather. Working out of his Third Man Records headquarters south of downtown, he has helped rejuvenate the careers of legends like Loretta Lynn and Wanda Jackson, as well as developing new talent like sock-hop duo the Secret Sisters and honky-tonker Pokey LaFarge, artists who are steeped in the old-school sounds of country, rock, and blues.
This spring, White turns the spotlight onto himself with his debut solo album, Blunderbuss, out on April 24. And as a special Valentine’s Day treat, the self-directed video for the first single, “Love Interruption,” premieres today. Click here to watch the video.
In even lovelier news, White will play his first-ever solo shows starting in Chattanooga on March 10 at the fabulous new Chattanooga club Track29.
The rest of the dates are as follows:
March 12: WorkPlay Soundstage in Birmingham, AL
March 13: New Daisy Theatre in Memphis, TN
March 15: Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa, OK