Jack White Records New White Stripes, Dex Romweber Tracks

Jack White Records New White Stripes, Dex Romweber Tracks

You know Jack White’s mission to join every band in America? Still going strong. The Dead Weatherman is putting his new Third Man Studio to use by producing and playing on a forthcoming 7″ from The Dex Romweber Duo. “The Wind Did Move” features Jack on vocals, bass, and saw, and its B-Side is a cover of Geeshie Wiley’s “Last Kind Word Blues.” That’s a photo of siblings Dexter and Sara Romweber with their new third wheel. Meanwhile, the Dead Weather have appearances lined up in Louisville, Outside Lands, and ACL. And the White Stripes? They have plans too. In an interview with Music Radar, Jack says he and Meg have already recorded songs for a possible 2010 release. He also discusses Meg’s acute anxiety which derailed the duo’s last tour (“It was a very real problem, but one that I’m happy to say is in the past”).

The Dex Romweber Duo Trio 7″ hits record stores in late May and the Dead Weather’s debut LP Horehound follow 6/9, both via Third Man Records.

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