Posted: May 14, 2012
With his debut solo album – Blunderbuss - hitting stores in late April, Jack White recently helped launch this year’s American Express Unstaged series with a show at New York City’s Webster Hall.
Directed by actor/director Gary Oldman, the event was live-streamed via White’s VEVO channel on YouTube.
During the performance, White pulled out tracks from Blunderbuss, including the lead single, “Sixteen Saltines,” while mixing in a few White Stripes gems, such as “Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground.”
Watch White rock both of those tunes in the videos below:
“Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground”
For more information, visit White’s label, Third Man Records.
Posted: May 11, 2012
Cook was accompanied by guitarist Devin Bronson, who rocked a Gretsch White Penguin during the performance.
Check out the guys in action below:
For more information, visit Cook’s official website.
Posted: May 10, 2012
Florence and the Machine recently stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman to perform the latest single off her blockbuster album, Ceremonials.
Letterman joked that the last time Florence Welch was on the show, the Machine couldn’t get through customs.
The host was happy to see the full band on this occasion, as Florence and the Machine sounded excellent playing “No Light No Light.”
Watch the performance in the video below:
For a full list of tour dates, visit Florence and the Machine’s official website.
Posted: May 10, 2012
Last weekend at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, Louisville, Ky., rockers My Morning Jacket played in front of a sea of people.
For those who weren’t able to make it to the Big Easy, the Jazz Fest YouTube channel houses a robust collection of performance videos.
Catch up with MMJ playing “Outta My System” from the acclaimed 2011 album Circuital in the clip below:
My Morning Jacket recently released tour dates during the month of August with Band of Horses. For a full list, visit MMJ’s official website.
Posted: May 8, 2012
Collective Soul frontman Ed Roland performs a new Ed Roland and the Sweet Tea song, “Birmingham.” For this number, Roland rocks our new Gretsch Roots Collections G9470 Clarophone™ Banjo-Ukulele.
We first teased the Gretsch Roots Collection at the NAMM show in January, but the full launch is coming in the next few weeks!
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