Jack White And Track 29
March 11, 2012 by staff
Jack White And Track 29, What: Jack White in concert.
When: 9 p.m. Saturday (doors open at 8 p.m.).
Where: Track 29, 1400 Market St.
Admission: Sold out.
Venue website: www.track29.co.
Jack White is the quintessential career frontman, but for the first time in 15 years, he’s taking the stage on his own.
In addition to serving as an independent producer for artists such as Wanda Jackson and Loretta Lynn, White began a solo tour early this year in preparation for the April release of his first solo album, “Blunderbuss.” Saturday, that tour will bring him to Track 29, where he will play to a sell-out crowd of 1,500.
Despite this new solo period of his career, White’s legacy is defined by the bands he helped found and then shepherd to commercial and critical success.
In 1997, he and his former wife, drummer Meg White, founded grungy punk/blues duo The White Stripes, which won four Grammy Awards before splitting up in February 2011.
Overlapping with The Stripes, White also led another Detroit-based rock group, The Raconteurs, which he co-founded in 2005 with solo artist Brendan Benson. In 2009, having recently relocated to Nashville, White formed a third group, The Dead Weather, with members of The Raconteurs, The Kills and Queens of the Stone Age.
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