Two Star Tabernacle’s “Itchy” – Written by Jack White

Listen to Two Star Tabernacle’s “Itchy” – a previously unheard original song by Jack White – from Third Man Records Vault Package #27 recorded live on January 16th, 1998 at Detroit’s Gold Dollar now on Rolling Stone.

Do not forget to subscribe to Vault Package #27 before the January 31st deadline to get all 3 full live show archive recordings from Two Star Tabernacle, The Go and Jack White and the Bricks.

THIRD MAN RECORDS VAULT PACKAGE #27

Continuing their spotlight on Detroit, Third Man Records Vault Package #27 features three full live show recordings from Two Star Tabernacle, The Go and Jack White and the Bricks all at the Cass Corridor’s Gold Dollar. Pressed on gold vinyl, each LP features a previously unheard original song by Jack White. The entire 3x LP box set is housed in a soft touch telescoping box highlighting the Gold Dollar building and comes with all sorts of facsimile reproductions of set lists, flyers, and band ephemera. The package also includes the next Dead Weather 7″ in the Dodge and Burn series with “Let Me Through” b/w “Be Still” on hazy yellow and black vinyl, along with a custom Third Man Records challenge coin. Find out more about Vault Package #27 and sign up before the January 31st deadline here.

Loretta Lynn, Jack White join Music City Walk of Fame

Loretta Lynn and Jack White were presented with stars on the newly renovated Music City Walk of Fame Park today. Thank you to the city of Nashville for the incredible gesture. About the induction, White said, “This is really a big honor and it speaks volumes about Nashville… that you would accept for example, what we’ve done with Third Man Records here in this city and accept it so well, nurture it and help us make something come alive. We’re so honored to be here every day, and we know that there’s only one town in the world where we could have done this, and that’s Nashville, Tennessee. This is a very difficult time for music in the last decade, and I urge everybody here to do everything they can to support local artists and buy their records and keep music sacred.” – Jack White III