Jack White New Album In Progress

jack-white-grammys-performanceJust a week ago were the 55th Grammy Awards, which were especially packed this year with great performances and collaborations from the likes of Mumford & Sons and Elton John. However, one of the greatest performances of the night was none other than Jack White. He played “Love Interruption” and “Freedom At 21” off of his Grammy-nominated album Blunderbuss and the performance resulted in a standing ovation from much of the Staples Center. Sadly, White did not win in any of the categories he was nominated for and was beat out by Mumford & Sons and The Black Keys, who pretty much swept the rock category this year.

Jack White has his focus on something else because in an interview with Rolling Stone, White said that he is already deep into working on a follow up to Blunderbuss. White even tells the magazine that, “I’ve got about 20 to 25 tracks I’m working on right now – a lot of songs.” White is recording this new mystery album with his all-male and all-female touring bands, the Buzzards and the Peacocks – just like on Blunderbuss. Jack White does not know when this record will be released, but he sure will be busy working on 20 to 25 songs with collaboration from both of his bands. Rolling Stone asked White what this new album will sound like and he responded by saying, “It’s definitely not one sound. It’s all over the place.” Blunderbuss is such an incredibly well-made album so personally, I cannot wait and see what Jack White has in store for his fans next.

By Blaise Fritsche

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