Every online ticket purchased includes a physical copy of the forthcoming Jack White album Boarding House Reach. Fans will have the option to upgrade their CD to the standard black vinyl LP.
Jack White is the Detroit-spawned, Nashville-residing co-founder of some of the most captivating bands of the last two decades, including The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather, as well as of the Third Man Records recording label. In 2012, White released his first solo album Blunderbuss, which debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. albums chart and received five GRAMMY nominations, including Album of the Year, Best Rock Album, Best Rock Song for “Freedom at 21,” and, the following year, Best Rock Performance and Best Music Video for “I’m Shakin’.”
His second solo album, 2014’s Lazaretto, also debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. albums chart, and it not only broke the record for first-week vinyl album sales (selling more than 40,000 copies in the U.S.), but it was also the biggest selling vinyl album of 2014 and any year of the SoundScan era. The album’s title track won a GRAMMY Award for Best Rock Performance. Lazaretto received two additional GRAMMY nominations for Best Alternative Music Album and Best Rock Song for the title track.
Boarding House Reach, White's third solo album, will be released on March 23, featuring a collection of songs that are simultaneously timeless and modern. Written and conceived while holed up in a Spartan apartment with no outside distractions, White replicated the identical environment and used the same gear as when he was a 15 year old (a quarter-inch, four-track tape recorder, a simple mixer, and the most basic of instrumentation) to pen sketches of the album’s songs. The album explores a remarkable range of sonic terrain – crunching rock 'n' roll, electro and hard funk, proto punk, hip hop, gospel blues, and even country – all remapped and born anew to fit White's matchless vision and sense of restless experimentation.
William Tyler is a Nashville lifer who’s played with Lambchop, the Silver Jews, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Charlie Louvin, and Candi Staton. 2010's Behold the Spirit, Tyler’s first album under his own name, was celebrated as “the most vital, energized album by an American solo guitarist in a decade or more,” establishing him as a critical constellatory star, the picker that connected the dots between Sandy Bull, Richard Thompson, Bruce Langhorne and Reggie Young.
Please note: this is a phone-free show. No photos, video or audio recording devices allowed. Upon arrival at The Chelsea, all phones and other photo or video-capturing devices will be secured in a Yondr pouch that will be unlocked at the end of the show. You keep your pouch-secured phone with you during the show and, if needed, can unlock your phone at any time in a designated Yondr Phone Zone located in the lobby.
For guests wanting to post about the show on social media, visit JackWhiteIII.COM and the new Jack White Live Instagram account @OFFICIALJACKWHITELIVE after the show for official photos and videos you can repost.