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lubingham posted 17th November 2012 03:00:12 AM. Report Hello Mr. Jack White iii: I was unable to find a valid email to contact you directly, so I hope this works. In reference to the following, i have photos but don't know how to get them to you.I understand you are into collecting items that are unusal. You purchased an elephant head & thought maybe you might be interested in the item I have. Thanking you in advance and hope to hear from you soon. LuAnn Bingham 8486 s. solar way sandy, utah 84070 ema
HunterST posted 13th August 2012 06:03:26 PM. Report Dear Sir, My girlfriend (of 5 yrs) and I are going to the Aug. 15th show in Portland. We have floor seats and WILL be up front. I know you like to change up your set lists and I am thankfull. But I want to propose to her durring Hotel Yorba. There are a couple of backup songs (Apple Blossom We are Going To be Fiends) If possible please think about playing Yorba that night. Would be perfect. Stripes music helped me through my divorce want to start my life with it again. Thanks Jack, Dean Wal
wahmfamily posted 26th April 2012 10:00:12 AM. Report Hello! I'm a big (literally) fan from Bellingham Washington, home of Western Washington University (14,000+ students). One of our employees, Megan Housekeeper, is graduating with a degree in Journalism with an emphysis on the music industry. She just received her first big assignment and will be covering the Sasquatch Festival in May for her school. She just received her press pass too. The question is, is there away she can interview Jack at the festival, Western Washington University would lo
HAPPY 12TH BIRTHDAY WHITESTRIPES.NET / THE LITTLE ROOM
It sure is hard to believe but I first published this White Stripes community TWELVE years ago today! The traffic started slow, then White Blood Cells started to make it's way to the ears of future Candy Cane Children and that as they say... was that! Talk about a quick, wild ride! We all wish this band stuck around just a little bit longer, but at least they left classic, timeless tunes for each and every one of us. Come inside the Little Room and wish this place a happy birthday!
This according to Katie Bain of LA Weekly. I certainly can't disagree with her:
"When I was a junior in high school in 2001, my boyfriend took me to see Almost Famous. As the credits rolled, he opined that it was "pretty good" -- I knew then things wouldn't work out between us.
To me, Almost Famous was the life I aspired to, full of great music, groupies, glamour, good vibes, and rock hedonism. I wanted to be a rock star; I wanted to be a Band-Aid, but mostly, like the film's hero William Miller, I wanted to be a music journalist.
But wait, was I too late? "It's over," the Lester Bangs character tells Miller, about rock music generally. "You got here just in time for the death rattle."
Fast forward to college where, naturally, the people who loved me encouraged me to study something different than journalism. I took their advice, as the internet was clearly killing both the music and journalism industries. But then, in 2003, The White Stripes' Elephant came out."
THE WHITE STRIPES TO RE-ISSUE ELEPHANT ON RECORD STORE DAY 2013
Here's some good, no, great news for you true White Stripes fans. Third Man Records has announced "Elephant" will be reissued for Record Store Day 2013. Here's what they say:
"Help us celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the White Stripes breakthrough album Elephant. This limited edition, colored, double LP is available exclusively for Record Store Day 2013 on April 20th. Black vinyl to be available later this year. If you don't already know about the White Stripes, just start here. LP1 is on split-color black and red vinyl, and LP2 is on white vinyl, all housed in a double pocket gatefold, tip on sleeve. It features an MP3 download card, printed inner sleeves and is mastered direct from the original analog source."
JACK WHITE BLAZES THROUGH HIS CATALOG ON AUSTIN CITY LIMITS
If you have yet to watch this, I suggest you set aside some "alone" time for about an hour and watch Jack White wail, scream sing and shout through some Blunderbuss tracks, along with some favorites from all of his various bands.