Jack White arena shows
Updated: 11 June 2014
Jack White will play a trio of November arena dates in support of his album Lazaretto.
The Jack White concerts will take place in Leeds, Glasgow and London starting running from 17 - 19 November.
Jack White’s latest solo release, Lazaretto, is the follow-up to 2012’s Blunderbuss and includes the tracks Just One Drink and Lazaretto.
About Jack White
Jack White landed on the music scene as part of the two-piece, White Stripes, but has gone on to earn nine Grammy Awards, produce numerous albums and record two successful solo albums.
The duo formed in 1997 with Jack White on guitar and lead vocals and Meg White on the drums. It was in 2001 with the release of White Blood Cells that sent the White Stripes into the mainstream. The album included their hit Fell In Love With A Girl.
2003 saw the release of their follow-up, Elephant, and with it Seven Nation Army that has become an anthem for sports teams worldwide.
Jack White continued his musical career with Loretta Lynn. He worked with her on the album Van Lear Rose. Together they won Grammy’s for Best County Album and Best Country Collaboration.
V He went on to form the Raconteurs in 2006 and put out the album Broken Boy Soldiers. The album contained the hit Steady, As She Goes proving, once again, Jack White’s talent as a musician.
In 2009 Jack White went back to playing the drums, his first instrument. This time it was for the band Dead Weather, which included members from The Kills, Queens of the Stone Age and the Greenhornes. He also launched his label Third Man Records during the same year.
In 2012 Jack White decided to go solo. He released his debut solo album, Blunderbuss, in 2012. In support of the album Jack White toured extensively, with his reputation as standout live artist tickets where in high demand.
Two years later and Jack White is back with the follow-up, Lazaretto.