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Jack White Finally to Release Solo Album. Finally.

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For quite some time now, Jack White has been busting his bum to produce the music of, and thus blow up the careers of, quality musicians through Third Man Records. He's worked with a range of talent from the Queen of Rockabilly Wanda Jackson to South Florida's Jacuzzi Boys. White also spent time playing with supergroup The Dead Weather with Vero Beach native Alison Mosshart of The Kills. But sometimes you just want some Jack White, pure, plain, and simple.  

This then is the moment then that your ears and hearts have been craving. The man of almost immeasurable musical gifts announced that he's releasing his solo debut Blunderbuss. The album will be out April 23 on Third Man Records in partnership with Columbia and XL Recordings.

"Love Interruption," a romantic song with a hefty helping of country, will be available on 7" vinyl with non-album B Side "Machine Gun Silhouette" on February 7. Because this is the moment you've all been waiting for, safely pre-order it now. Till then, take a delicious taste of "Love Interruption" here, and download it on iTunes.  


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