Tag: Third Man Records

The White Stripes’ Archivist Ben Blackwell Reveals the Stories Behind Their Greatest Hits

If anyone knows the White Stripes, it’s Ben Blackwell. The Third Man Records co-owner/co-founder, and proclaimed lover of all things Archer Record Pressing, has been with Jack [who is also his uncle] and Meg White from their humble beginnings in Detroit in 1997 to international stardom to their demise in 2011. Blackwell still co-runs Third […]

December 3, 2020

Jack White’s Third Man Records to Auction White Stripes Swag, Guitars, Drums and Clothing

Jack White and Third Man Records will auction off guitars, amps, personal items, stage equipment and other one-of-a-kind items from the label’s archives and White’s musical career and collection. Included in the online “garage sale” will be drum sets used in the White Stripes’ “Hardest Button To Button” video, an autographed guitar by Wanda Jackson […]

August 18, 2020

Third Man Records Unearths 1973 Johnny Cash Live Album

In 1973, Clive Davis decided to highlight the Murderer’s Row lineup of artists signed to Columbia Records with a week of concerts. “A Week To Remember” started on April 29 and included performances from Miles Davis, the Staple Singers, Bruce Springsteen, Earth, Wind and Fire, and Johnny Cash at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles. Now, Cash’s legendary performance from […]

June 29, 2020

Third Man Records to Release ‘The Stooges’ Live At Goose Lake: August 8, 1970

The Stooges fans will be happy to hear that Third Man Records is releasing The Stooges’ Live At Goose Lake: August 8, 1970. It will showcase previously-unheard soundboard recording of the original Stooges’ final show together — honoring the performance’s 50th anniversary. The limited-edition colored vinyl will come in a variety of colors. The Rough […]

June 10, 2020