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The Fourth of July is upon us and it's time to break out your American flag parachute pants and your red, white, and blue face paint! Wear your most patriotic attire on the 4th of July and receive 15% off your entire order* in our Nashville storefront. Not only that, but we're going to photograph everyone in their festive outfits, put them on display, and the top 3 people voted most patriotic by TMR staff will win a limited edition 7"!
1st place: World's Fastest Record 7"
2nd place: High Ball Stepper 7"
3rd place: Stephen Colbert red, white and blue TRICOLOR
We live in the land of the free people... let's see your red, white, and blue!
*Exclusions apply. Ask the store attendant for details.
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CHICK STRAND: WISH YOU WERE HERE
Dir. Chick Strand, USA, 1966-1986, 120 min., NR, 16mm, at Third Man Records
Thu, Jul 17 at 7:00 pm at Third Man Records
Following Light and Sound’s recent tributes to Bruce Baillie and Canyon Cinema, the obvious next stop is to highlight the sublime work of Chick Strand, Baillie's co-conspirator in the formation of Canyon. Strand's films infuse avant-garde techniques into the documentary form, often reshaping the tendencies of traditional ethnographic cinema and challenging the way First World documentaries approach their exoticised subjects. This career-spanning program sheds light on three decades of rarely-screened work, celebrating her monumental contribution to the American underground.
Click here for more information on the films, and to purchase tickets.
Jack is excited to announce additional US tour dates this Summer & Fall. A limited number of pre-sale tickets will be available to Vault members today at 11am PT/1pm CT/2pm ET, with tickets going on-sale to the public at 10am local time on June 27th for all shows except Atlanta. Tickets for the Music Midtown Festival in Atlanta will be available on June 28th at 10am ET.
Jack's MOJO cover story will be on newsstands in the UK next Tuesday, June 24th, and will be available around the world later in the week. The issue also includes a free Best Of Third Man Records CD featuring 14 tracks selected by Jack exclusively for MOJO. Check out the track listing below and pick up a copy of the magazine next week.
Black Milk - "Brain" John & Tom - "Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar"
The Gories - "Train Kept a Rolling"
Pokey Lafarge - "Central Time"
Michael Kiwanuka - "You've Got Nothing Left to Lose"
The Raconteurs - "Broken Boy Soldier"
The White Stripes - "The Hardest Button to Button"
Rock Fire Funk Express - "People Save the World"
The Dead Weather - "Blue Blood Blues"
Gibby Haynes - "You Don't Have to Be Smart"
Kelley Stoltz - "Are You My Love?"
Duane - "Postcard From Hell"
Haden Triplets - "Slowly"
Frank Fairfield - "Duncan & Brady"
Jack would also like to clarify that these are not necessarily the "best of" Third Man Records, but that Mojo needed a title for the CD!
"Easily the best rock album so far this year”–LOS ANGELES TIMES
“Highly-charged, wonderfully weird and typically eclectic treasure chest of tunes that rank with his best.”—USA TODAY
“He is just that much better than everybody else.”—LA WEEKLY
“Our six-string savior not only makes his guitar do things that will have you forgetting that Page and Plant are never to take to a stage together again; he is also keen to remind us in just whose hands now rests that Hammer of the Gods.”—FILTER
In the wake of overwhelmingly positive reviews, must-see TV appearances and monumental performances everywhere from Governors Ball to Bonnaroo, Jack White has now seen his sophomore album Lazaretto debut at #1 on the U.S. album chart.
Lazaretto is Jack’s second #1 debut in as many albums, its 137,732 first week total surpassing that of 2012’s Blunderbuss.
Additionally, the Lazaretto vinyl ULTRA LP has sold over 40,000 copies— the highest first-week vinyl sales since Soundscan began tracking sales data in 1991.
Lazaretto also debuted at #1 in Canada and Denmark.
Finally, Jack White’s world tour in support of Lazaretto continues to garner arguably the most enthusiastic rave reviews of Jack’s—or anyone’s—career, so rather than living out your days in regret, pick up tickets for a date in your town before they're gone: Tour Dates
To commemorate the release of Lazaretto, Jack’s sold out show at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles tomorrow night, June 10th, will be livestreamed as part of NPR’s First Listen Live series. The broadcast will begin at 9:30pm PT/12:30am ET at NPR.org and will be available to view worldwide.