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Jack White Claims Foo Fighters Comment Was 'A Joke,' Rolling Stone Comments Probably Weren't

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It seems like anything that Jack White says these days is pretty newsworthy, and his "rant" at a concert in Boston last night concerning Foo Fighters and Rolling Stone is no exception. Just as White predicted, his comments indeed became click bait all across the Internet, but now he's taken a step back to offer some clarification of his comments.READ MORE

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Jack White Lashes Out at Foo Fighters, Rolling Stone Magazine during Boston Concert Diatribe

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Jack White is apparently bothered about how the media blows everything everyone says out of proportion and we at Music Times are more than happy to continue this unhealthy dichotomy. The guitarist's speech at his Boston Fenway Park show last night packed all of his vitriol into convenient quotes so hopeful we'll avoid get lashed out at in the future.READ MORE

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Jack White: Frank Sinatra, Bob Dylan Had It Easier Back In The Day

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It's no secret that Jack White is a throwback rock star who would take vinyl over Mp3 any day, and in tonight's (Sept. 16) interview with Dan Rather on AXS TV, the guitarist will explain his love for the days of old.READ MORE

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Jack White's Third Man Records To Release Second Paramount Records Box Set In November

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Last year, Jack White's Third Man Records teamed up with guitarist John Fahey's Revenant Records to release The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records, Vol. 1 (1917-1927), a six-LP set compiling remastered recordings from legendary blues label Paramount Records. Today, Rolling Stone reports that the collection's second volume, titled The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records, Volume 2 (1928-1932), is set for release on Nov. 18.READ MORE

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Lollapalooza Announces 2015 Dates In South America, Jack White Rumored To Headline

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Alternative rock megafestival Lollapalooza has announced that it will be returning to South America for three consecutive weekends in March 2015. Lollapalooza Chile will take place in Santiago on March 14 and 15, Lollapalooza Argentina will take place in Buenos Aires on March 21 and 22, and Lollapalooza Brazil will take place in Sao Paolo on March 28 and 29.READ MORE

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Jack White Says 'Cynical Environment' Of Detroit Led To Nashville Move In Upcoming Interview [WATCH]

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Jack White grew up in Detroit, a city that helped launch The White Stripes, but he cites the area's "cynical environment" as a reason for relocating to Nashville in a recent interview.READ MORE

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Kanye West and Crowd Banter Gone Bad: Featuring Axl Rose, A$AP Rocky and...Barbara Streisand?

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Most fan interaction from stage is a good thing...outside of Kanye West's recent complaint about handicapped concertgoers. Bands prostrate themselves before their fans ("You're the best crowd we've ever seen! Really!") and toss out guitar picks and other innocent and grateful displays. But occasionally performers are less than pleased with those in the audience.READ MORE

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Jack White Blows Away Rest Of Farm Aid Lineup, Debuts New Haircut [VIDEO]

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The bill featured some big names — Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds, John Mellencamp, Young — but White blew away the field.READ MORE

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Jack White Shares "Would You Fight For My Love?" Music Video, Shows Off New Haircut [WATCH]

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Jack White has shared the music video for his latest single “Would You Fight For My Love?,” which you can check out below. The video features White sporting his new Elvis haircut while hanging out in a bar full of people who appear to be either ghosts or hallucinations.READ MORE

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Robert Plant Wants To Work With Jack White

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Former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant took part in a Facebook chat with fans earlier today (Sept. 9) and revealed that he would like to work with guitar hero Jack White.READ MORE

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7 Incredible Minimalist Music Videos: Lorde, The White Stripes, And More

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Pop music videos have a tendency to be flashy and eye-catching, with cuts that are so quick that there's not really any room for subtlety or nuance. However, these seven artists ignored these conventions and instead made videos that are startlingly minimalist and uncomplicated.READ MORE

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8 Artists Jack White Should Produce: Lorde, Foo Fighters, And More

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When news broke this week that Jack White was possibly interested in producing the next Libertines album, it made perfect sense, since The Libertines' garage rock sound is just the sort of thing that White is known for. Here are some other artists that we'd like to see Jack White produce.READ MORE

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Jack White 'Said He'd Like To Produce' Next Libertines Album, Says Pete Doherty

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In a recent interview with D8 TV in France, Libertines frontman Pete Doherty revealed that one of the potential producers for the band's comeback album is none other than Jack White, claiming that the former White Stripes frontman "said he'd like to produce" the album, which would be their first since their 2004 sophomore effort The Libertines.READ MORE

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7 Casting Suggestions For The Ramones Movie

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Earlier this week, it was announced that Martin Scorsese would be directing a biopic about punk legends the Ramones, which is set for release in 2016. Here are some people who I think should play the movie's lead roles.READ MORE

Paul Simon, Jack White, Eddie Vedder at baseball game

Jack White, Eddie Vedder & Paul Simon Took Picture Together At Seattle Mariners Game [PHOTO]

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Seattle's wild card team the Mariners took on the Texas Rangers yesterday at Seattle's Safeco Field, but this time they had rock 'n' roll on their side (though they still lost). Three legendary rockers all showed up and took a picture together: Jack White, Eddie Vedder, and Paul Simon, Consequence of Sound reports.READ MORE

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