Category: Jack White

JACK WHITE, The Garage – Evening Standard, 29 March 2018

Perhaps not since Prince’s guerilla gigs in 2014 have such lengthy queues formed in hope of seeing a big musician in a small room. In addition to this evening’s launch of his third solo album in the 600-capacity Garage, a last minute afternoon pub gig near London Bridge sent London Jack White crazy yesterday. Also like Prince, these days you… Read more →

JACK WHITE, Hammersmith Apollo – Evening Standard, 4 July 2014

Jack White has been keeping busy since his appearance high on the bill at Glastonbury last weekend, with gigs in Paris and Amsterdam as well as three in London — this conventional one, a small show for Radio 1 listeners and a bizarre theatrical event late on Wednesday, at which attendees were dressed in medical gowns and led to the… Read more →

Jack White, HMV Forum – Evening Standard, 24 April 2012

Jack White HMV Forum   5*****   “How you gonna do it alone?” Jack White sang on the day he released his first solo album. The line was from an old song, Top Yourself, by one of his three previous bands, The Raconteurs, but the question sounded especially pertinent. As it turned out, he did it alone in considerable style,… Read more →

JACK WHITE – Evening Standard 20 April 2012

Jack White Blunderbuss (Third Man/XL) 4****   The first Jack White solo album feels like it might be a rare moment of truth from a man who has built a rock career on artifice and the unexpected. Dressing strictly in red, white and black with his pretend wife Meg in The White Stripes, taking joint billing with co-frontman Brendan Benson… Read more →