Considering their collective and altogether impressive pedigree, The Greenhornes are as delightfully unassuming as they come for an American rock ‘n’ roll band that enjoys the kind of whiplash praise they receive and the esteemed company they keep.
Dean Fertita, The Dead Weather and Queens of the Stone Age’s keyboardist/guitarist and former touring member of The Raconteurs, takes on a new role, as frontman in his solo project, Hello=Fire.
On November 9th, 2010, the Greenhornes (aka Craig Fox, Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler) will release their first studio effort since 2002 — **** (Four Stars) — via Third Man Records.
Third Man Records announced today that the White Stripes will exclusively release outtakes from the “Let’s Shake Hands” recording sessions in March 1998 to Platinum members of the Vault subscription service. This is the first time in the White Stripes celebrated career that they have released outtakes from any studio session.
Starting November 13th in St. Louis, MO., singer-songwriter Brendan Benson will embark on a month-long U.S. tour in support of the recently released My Old, Familiar Friend.
Living in the South suits Brendan Benson well. The slower way of life, the corn fields, the tranquility found in sitting on the porch watching the world go by, and the wide open spaces – it all fits this Detroit native and critically adored singer-songwriter just fine.
When Jack White rolls into the big city next week with the Dead Weather to headline Terminal 5, so too will a pop-up shop for his Nashville-based imprint, Third Man Records. On July 16 and 17th, a mini-store will open at 131 Chrystie Street (between Broome and Delancey) in downtown Manhattan…
Brendan Benson already had three critically acclaimed albums under his belt long before he became a broken boy soldier with fellow Raconteur Jack White. But just as White is busy with a little band called The Dead Weather at the moment, so too is Benson…
A “conversation” betwixt lead Raconteurs Brendan Benson and Jack White has appeared on MySpace this morning, intended, we surmise, to …Read the Rest