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The Ramones

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

Jack White

Jack White Plays San Francisco Set With Severely Sprained Ankle, Despite Pressure To Postpone Tour [PHOTO]

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Jack White's live shows, especially on his latest tour, have been receiving great reviews. It's amazing that White is able to keep an engaging energy night after night, and now he is showing how dedicated a performer he really is.READ MORE

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VIDEO: Jack White Covers Beck In San Francisco [WATCH]

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Jack White had a special surprise for those in attendance at his San Francisco show on Friday night.READ MORE

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Jack White Got A Hair Cut: 'Lazaretto' Musician Trades Long Locks for Elvis-Inspired Pompadour [PHOTO]

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Jack White is looking a little bit different these days. Known almost as much for his long, black hair and distinct style as his killer guitar skills and lyricism, the "Lazaretto" singer has now gotten a big style change up. Yes, the Third Man Records boss has chopped off his luxurious locks.READ MORE

Maggie Björklund

Jack White Guitarist Maggie Björklund Releasing Second Solo Album, 'Shaken,' in October

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Jack White's pedal steel guitarist has announced the release of her second solo album for October.READ MORE

'XL Recordings: Pay Close Attention'

XL Recordings Release 25th Anniversary Collection Featuring Adele, Radiohead, The White Stripes and More

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Few labels have been so proficiently efficient as XL Recordings, in terms of turning our consistently quality work from such a small roster of performers. The label-which currently counts Adele, Radiohead and Jack White as members-is releasing a 25th anniversary compilation, titled Pay Close Attention, that features music from throughout its existence. The title is a reference to a Kool Keith sample used by label member The Prodigy for the track "Out of Space."READ MORE

Jack White

Jack White's 'Lazaretto' Best-Selling Vinyl LP Since 1994: Sells 60,000 Copies

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According to Billboard, Jack White's 'Lazaretto' has sold 60,000 vinyl copies, making it the highest-selling vinyl record since Pearl Jam's Vitalogy. Released in 1994, 'Vitalogy's' previous record stood uncontested for 20 years. 'Lazaretto's' vinyl sales account for 25 percent of the total 238,000 copies sold.READ MORE

Paul McCartney - "McCartney II" (1980)

6 Lo-Fi Albums By Big Rock Stars: Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, And More

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One of my favorite genres of music is lo-fi, or "low-fidelity," meaning artists who record their songs onto cheap equipment. Though most lo-fi artists are DIY musicians who work outside of the mainstream and use cheap equipment out of necessity, there are still some highly successful rock stars that have chosen to go lo-fi for aesthetic reasons, or simply out of convenience. Here are six lo-fi albums that were recorded by big rock stars.READ MORE

First Aid Kit

WATCH: First Aid Kit Covers Jack White's 'Love Interruption' From 'Blunderbuss' [VIDEO]

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Swedish sister duo First Aid Kit (Johanna and Klara Söderberg) performed a stellar rendition of Jack White's "Love Interruption" yesterday. Their rendering is a stripped-down and more of a "rustic, front-porch folk song" than White's original recording.READ MORE

Chicago White Sox v Detroit Tigers

WATCH: Jack White Throws Out First Pitch At Detroit Tigers Game, ‘Lazaretto’ Singer Fights Off ‘Sad Jack White’ Memes [VIDEO]

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Despite his recent look of disgust at a Cubs-Padres game, Lazaretto’s own Jack White is actually a huge fan of baseball. So much so that he tossed out the first pitch at yesterday’s Detroit Tigers game … and managed to look happy!READ MORE

Jack White / Beck

[WATCH] Jack White Joins Beck On Stage In Rhode Island, ‘Lazaretto’ Singer Participates In Choreographed Dance Number

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It looks as if Jack White had a busy weekend. After headlining at the Newport Folk Festival this past Saturday, the Lazaretto singer made his way over to another Rhode Island show at the Providence Performing Arts Center and joined another big name on the stage: Beck.READ MORE

St. Vincent

Beyoncé's Producer Is Wrong, 8 Artists That Prove Guitar Music Isn't Dead: Jack White, St. Vincent, And More

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This past week, pop producer Greg Kurstin, who has worked with the likes of Beyoncé and Kelly Clarkson, declared that guitar music is at an "all time low," especially in the United States. Anyone who follows music that goes even slightly off the mainstream knows that this claim is absolutely false, and here are 8 current artists (all American, by the way) to prove it.READ MORE

Jack White

Jack White Covered Jimi Hendrix, Performed Longest Show Of Career Last Night [LISTEN]

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Just like the vinyl edition of his most recent album Lazaretto was gimmicky in an astonishing number of ways, Jack White's recent shows seem to be newsworthy for a number of reasons as well. In addition to pulling a fan on stage to play guitar with him on the White Stripes classic "Seven Nation Army," White's show at the Chicago Theatre last night was also the longest of his career, clocking in at a foot-blistering three hours with a 33-song set list, which you can read below. Among these songs were covers by Muddy Waters, Bob Dylan, and Jimi Hendrix, and as Consequence of Sound points out, the show also marked White's first performance of the White Stripes' "Blue Orchid" in seven years.READ MORE

Jack White - 2014 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival - Day 3

[WATCH] Jack White: ‘Lazaretto’ Singer Pulls Fan On Stage To Perform ‘Seven Nation Army’

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It's not every day that we see Jack White pulling a concertgoer on stage to perform alongside him, but he did just that during a performance of "Seven Nation Army" in Milwaukee on July 21. Therefore, it's pretty safe to say that this gal is the luckiest person in the world.READ MORE

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