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  Jack White - Uncyclopedia
Jack White is an African-American robot musician of undetermined age, best known for his massacre of Native Americans and minimalist rap-metal band The White Stripes.
White was discovered crashed into a hillside by an unnamed Native American tribe in 1765.
Jack denied the allegations of incest, but the newspapers replied he was probably coked up, alluding to the band name White Stripes and saying it had something to do with cocaine.
www.uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Jack_White   (785 words)

 The Tufts Observer Online - Arts - Jack White and Raconteurs Roll into Boston
Jack White was born John Anthony Gillis in 1975 to working-class parents and grew up in the lower middle class districts of southwestern Detroit.
Jack White’s musical career began slowly in the 1990s with short stints as a drummer and guitarist in the country-punk band Goober and the Peas, and later with garage rock bands The Go, The Upholsterers, and Jack White and the Bricks.
It was strange to see White on stage dressed in jeans and a flannel shirt—a sharp departure from the rigid conformity of white, red, and fl that he maintains with the White Stripes.
www.tuftsobserver.org /arts/20061006/jack_white_and_raconteurs.html   (1905 words)

 The Smoking Gun: Archive
DECEMBER 15--White Stripes frontman Jack White may face assault charges in connection with a fracas Saturday night at a Detroit nightclub.
White, who is also known for dating actress Renee Zellweger, later filed a cross-complaint, claiming that he actually got pulled to the floor by Stollsteimer, who began throttling him "about the face & body," according to White's police report.
The only damage White sustained were cuts to his left hand and "redness in his face." This was not the first time White and Stollsteimer have tangled.
www.thesmokinggun.com /archive/jackwhite1.html   (269 words)

 Jack White (musician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jack White (born John Anthony Gillis on July 9, 1975 in Detroit) is an American, Grammy-winning rock musician, singer, music producer, and actor.
Jack White is the youngest of ten siblings born to Gorman Gillis and Teresa Bandyk.
White was the subject of The Flaming Lips's song Thank You Jack White (For The Fiber-Optic Jesus That You Gave Me) released on their 2003 Fight Test EP.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jack_White   (2548 words)

 The New Yorker: The Critics: Musical Events   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
White is a classicist as talented as Page, but Meg White isn’t his equal as a musician, and she doesn’t contribute songs.
White may be a walking American songbook, able to mimic Ralph Stanley and Burt Bacharach, but he comes up short as a producer, and the album sounds muddy and obscured, as if recorded in a room covered with wet felt.
Meg White may be his muse, best friend, or soul mate, and she exudes a steady and positive energy onstage, but she is a lousy drummer and only a passable singer.
www.newyorker.com /critics/music/articles/050613crmu_music   (1298 words)

 Jack White
Fellow band-member Meg White is his ex-wife, not his sister, as is commonly supposed.
They were married in 1996 in South Lyon, and Jack adopted his wife's last name.
The "error" of their sibling-hood is perpetuated by the band itself, for unknown motive, perhaps as a publicity stunt of some manner.
www.nndb.com /people/991/000025916   (89 words)

 Jack White gives himself up   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Jack White Gives Himself Up Jack White is the latest musician to sit for a photo shoot for the long arm of the law.
The photogenic White turned up at the Police station in a pin-stripped suit and was charged with aggravated assault.
White then forced Stollsteimer to the ground and continued to attack until White was restrained by several crowd members".
www.undercover.com.au /news/2003/20031224_jackwhite.html   (273 words)

 Mixing the White Stripes Live-On Tour with the White Stripes
Consisting of only Jack White (vocals, guitar and piano) and Meg White (drums and vocals), the band delivered two energetic and frenzied sets that Jack made up on the spot.
Jack has three open vocal mics that he runs back and forth to.
Kettle feels that the mics are well- suited to Jack's style of performance because they combine a great deal of gain before feedback with the open sound of a condenser mic.
mixonline.com /livesound/tours/audio_white_stripes   (463 words)

 MTV News | Music News, Movie News, Features and Interviews, Artist Photos
The band's publicist confirmed a posting on WhiteStripes.com, which read, in part: "Karen Elson and Jack White were married yesterday (June 1) on the confluence of three rivers — the Rio Negro, the Solimones and the Amazon...
But despite all that, the Stripes' publicist insisted the announcement is true and that White and Elson are now officially married.
White's marriage comes less than a month after former girlfriend actress Renée Zellweger tied the knot with country musician Kenny Chesney in a surprise ceremony on the island of St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
www.mtv.com /news/articles/1503363/06022005/white_stripes.jhtml   (568 words)

 SPIN.com: Jack and Meg, Meet Bart and Lisa
The episode is titled "Jazzy and the Pussycats," and the plot follows a fracas between the Simpson family when Marge and Homer buy Bart a drum set.
Lisa becomes jealous because she's the musician in the family; Jack and Meg come in to mediate and wackiness ensues.
Since the animation takes anywhere from six to nine months to complete, the Whites won't be hitting the small screen until next season.
www.spin.com /features/news/2006/01/060118_whitestripes_simpsons   (181 words)

 Jack White of the White Stripes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
At the heart of White's sound is his main guitar-a '64 Ward's Airline.
Onstage, White carries three guitars: the Airline, a Kay hollowbody tuned to open A, and a no-name Japanese electric.
"Jack used two amps for the sessions-his Fender Twin Reverb and a Selmer Truvoice Zodiac Twin 30.
www.musicplayer.com /lounge/setups/white.htm   (759 words)

 The Believer - Interview with Jack White
Though upholstery as a trade was on the wane, several active practitioners could still be found, driving their multicolored vans around suburban Detroit, connecting deeply with the textures of the time.
Jack White’s experience with upholstery—from his apprenticeship with Brian Muldoon to his enthusiastic and ultimately abortive entrance into the field as an autonomous player—offers a fascinating and instructive glimpse into a young person’s simultaneous encounters with the worlds of business, art, and furniture.
I had this yellow van, and I dressed in yellow and fl when I picked up the furniture, and all my tools were yellow, white and fl.
www.believermag.com /issues/200305/?read=interview_white   (1955 words)

 Jack White on 43 People
His music rocks in the raconteurs and the white stripes and curse him for being that hot its just damn rude i say!if you arent going to share ur hotness with ya fans then pls be ugly its too hard to look at u!!!im gonna marry this man one day..
I miss the young boyish Jack White, sans facial hair.
artistic beautiful cool father guitarist jack white married musician talented the white stripes
www.43people.com /profile/view/105813   (251 words)

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