Jack White (born John Anthony Gillis) was born 9th July 1975 and is from Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. He is best known for being one half of the rock duo The White Stripes.
Raised in a religious Catholic family, Jack White had a passion for music from a young age. Learning the drums, he went on to form The White Stripes with then girlfriend (then later wife) Meg White.
Jack White also went onto form The Raconteurs (2005) and The Dead Weather (2009) as well as pursuing his own solo work.
The duo announced that the White Stripes were splitting up in February 2011. Top albums with The White Stripes include The White Stripes (1999), De Stijl (2000), White Blood Cells (2001) and most successful - Elephant (2003). Elephant contained the hit "Seven Nation Army".
In the 2000s, Jack White collaborated with a number of high-profile singers, notably Alicia Keys in "Another Way to Die," the theme song for the James Bond film Quantum of Solace.
"Love Interruption" was released as the first single from his new solo album in January 2012 Blunderbuss.