Jack has announced the release of JACK WHITE ACOUSTIC RECORDINGS 1998 – 2016, a 26 track double LP and double CD featuring remastered alternate versions, mixes, and previously unreleased recordings from The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, and Jack’s solo catalog. This essential Jack White songwriting collection will be released September 9th and is available to pre-order physically, on CD/LP, as well as digitally now.

Jack has also unveiled the previously unreleased and unheard White Stripes song “City Lights,” which can be streamed via VEVO below. “City Lights” was originally written for Get Behind me Satan, but forgotten until Jack recently revisited the album for Third Man Record’s Record Store Day 2015 vinyl reissue. The recording was finished in 2016. The song is the first new, worldwide commercially released White Stripes song since 2008. “City Lights” will be available as an instant download will all digital pre-orders starting Friday, August 12th.

Watch the official album teaser to find out more and preview the record below.

Jack White Performs With Pearl Jam on Vault Package #29

On June 9th, Pearl Jam performed an intimate show in the Third Man Records Blue Room and were joined for a song by Jack White on guitar. This special set was recorded live direct-to-acetate and will be released as part of Third Man’s Vault Package 29. Find out more and sign up before the July 31st deadline HERE.

Maya and Marty Theme Song

Third Man Records is excited to announce that Third Man recording artist Jack White has written and produced the theme song to the new variety show “Maya and Marty” starring comedy legends Martin Short and Maya Rudolph. The show premieres tonight, Tuesday, May 31st on NBC at 10/9 central. This marks the first time Jack White has written music for a television program. Check out the list of Third Man heavyweights who contributed to the track and listen to a clip below…

“The Maya and Marty Theme Song”
written by Jack White (Third String Tunes BMI)

Drums: Jack White
organ: Dean Fertita
bass: Dominic Davis
Wah Wah Guitar: Lillie Mae Rische
Pedal Steel Guitar: Fats Kaplin