Jack White is one the most iconic modern guitarists and is widely accredited for his role in the garage rock revival of the early 2000s. He was won 18 Grammy's and all three of his solo albums have reached number 1 of the Billboard Charts.
Jack White formed the seminal rock band The White Stripes with fellow Detroit native and then-wife Meg White in 1997. Their breakthrough 2001 album White Blood Cells brought international fame and allowed them to collaborate with Bob Dylan. In 2011 the group disbanded.
Jack later went on to form The Raconteurs in 2015 and The Dead Weather with Alison Mosshart. White is a shining example of artistic innovation and creative longevity.
Jack White is committed to the craft of recording and shaping sounds. His approach to the guitar is singular, and he's extended that to the entirety of his recorded output. His Nashville-based Third Man Records doubles as a vinyl production plant.
He likes to keep it old-school. Though his career is firmly planted in the digital age, his methods are proudly analog. The recording of The White Stripes hit record 'Elephant' was made in London's Toe Rag studios, and didn't feature one digital element.