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Jack White

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

The Black Keys

The Black Keys Possibly Returning To Studio For New Album In January

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Those hoping for a quick follow-up to Turn Blue will likely get their wish in 2015.READ MORE

Iggy Azalea at the 2014 VMA's

VMAs 2014: 8 Things We Learned From This Year's Show

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MTV's Video Music Awards is by far the most exciting, provocative, and culturally relevant awards show each year, so there's always plenty to learn from each year's broadcast. Here are eight things we learned from last night's VMA's.READ MORE

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Watch: The Black Keys 'Weight of Love' Music Video Features Lara Stone as Creepy Cult Leader in 'Fever' Follow-Up

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In The Black Keys first Turn Blue music video for "Fever," band members Patrick Carney and Dan Auerbach played desperate, sweaty televangelists, trying to rack up the Holy Ghost in their audience. In the band's second music video for "Weight of Love," director Theo Wenner and the Keys explore a different side and type of religion: a freaky female cult.READ MORE

Ted Nugent

Ted Nugent, Jack White, The Black Keys: Motor City Madman Doesn’t Get The White Stripe’s Sound

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Detroit’s own Motor City Mad Man Ted Nugent is notorious for speaking his mind. And in a recent interview with FUSE, it appears he did just that. The guitarist spoke with the site about his upcoming album, SHUTUP&JAM, July 4 and his thoughts on everyone’s favorite rocker, Jack White.READ MORE

Questlove

7 Bands Whose Drummers Are Their Most Famous Member: Rush, The Roots, And More

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A few weeks ago I wrote an article about bassists who are the most famous members of their bands, something that doesn't happen very often. Though drummers tend to get more recognition than bassists, they're often stuck in the shadows behind the guitarist or singer. However, these seven bands break this trend by having drummers who end up being their most famous members.READ MORE

The Black Keys at the 2013 Grammys

The Black Keys Gets Sandwich Named In Its Honor at Umami Burger, Featuring Plenty Of Velveeta Cheese

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No matter what he may want to believe, Jack White has quite a bit in common with The Black Keys. Both rock acts topped the Billboard charts, stared out in two-man bands and they have new food items named after them. Today (June 19), California burger chain Umami Burger has created The Black Keys Akron Burger, named after the "Fever" band's Ohio hometown.READ MORE

Another Coldplay day on the Billboard 200.

Coldplay and Brantley Gilbert Top Mariah Carey in Largely Stagnant Week on Billboard 200

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Normally we look to the Digital Downloads chart when we want stagnancy, but this week's Billboard 200 Top 10 was happy to provide in a week lacking in big name debuts.READ MORE

WATCH: Jack White Plays Two Songs Off ‘Lazaretto’ at Free Press Summer Fest

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Jack White performs two songs off 'Lazaretto' at Houston's Free Press Summer FestREAD MORE

Jack White at Eurockeennes Music Festival 2012

Jack White Apologizes For Comments About The Black Keys, Meg White In Open Letter

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Yesterday, Jack White posted a lengthy note on his website to apologize for comments he made in a recent Rolling Stones cover story about The Black Keys, Meg White and others.READ MORE

Jack White

4 Reasons Why Jack White Shouldn't Worry About The Black Keys

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In a recent (and now infamous) interview for Rolling Stone, Jack White digs deeper into his rivalry with Ohio blues-rock duo the Black Keys, whom he believes ripped off the White Stripes. Though it's obvious to everyone that the two bands are very similar, I don't think Jack White should be worrying about it as much as he seems to be. Here's why...READ MORE

Coldplay and Brantley Gilbert Both Top 200,000 in Sales during First Week on Billboard 200

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Anyone worried about the continuing degrading of album sales can breathe easy this week. Two huge releases didn't quite compete for the top spot, but they did set a Billboard total sales mark for 2014.READ MORE

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Coldplay 'Ghost Stories' Debuts At No. 1 in UK, Aiming For Top Spot on Billboard 200

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After a lagging 2014, which has thus far included dismal record sales and a long reign of Queen Elsa and the Disney Frozen soundtrack, it seems like the music charts across the world have a new (old) savior... Coldplay. This week (May 26), the "A Sky Full Of Stars" band have won the UK charts with the best sales week of the year with Ghost Stories, and it's looking to do the same in America.READ MORE

Jack White at Eurockeennes Music Festival 2012

Jack White Discusses Kanye West, ‘Yeezus’ and His Unreleased Jay Z Collaborations in Rolling Stone

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Jack White Discusses Kanye West, ‘Yeezus’ and His Unreleased Jay Z Collaborations in Rolling StoneREAD MORE

The Black Keys

The Black Keys and Michael Jackson Have Shootout for Top of Billboard 200: Who Won?

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Patrick Carney had a busy week of trashing everybody from Justin Bieber to TMZ, but he also sniped at those behind the new Michael Jackson album, referring to it as "bulls--t." The popular theory of course is that Carney was irritated his own band's new album might not take the top spot on the Billboard 200 this week because of the competition. Did he have reason to be worried?READ MORE

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