Third Man Records Responds to Reports of Jack White Leaving Music, Touring, Relationship With Meg White

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Jack White performs onstage at the 25th anniversary MusiCares 2015 Person Of The Year Gala honoring Bob Dylan at the Los Angeles Convention Center on February 6, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. 

After Jack White conducted a Q&A with subscribers to his Third Man Records Vault Club over the weekend, music news outlets picked up on some of his comments and reported that the rock star had expressed doubt over his future in music and more. Now his label is looking to correct the conversation and call out some of what it suggests is sensationalist culture on the blogosphere. 

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"From the desk of The Third Man Council For Internet Regulation and Journalistic Integrity," begins a lengthy Facebook post addressing the issue. "I know we’ve all enjoyed our game of click bait bingo with Jack White this past year.... Whatever it is, fear not because you are in the age of instantaneous negative internet gratification."

The post then touches on matters such as White stating "I don't belong here" (it was in relation to the forum, not on planet earth), that White would never tour again (though he is taking a long break from the road) and that his former White Stripes bandmate Meg White won't answer his calls, about which they say it doesn't matter. 

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"She doesn't have to answer her phone," the post says. "He's not even complaining about that nor is it depressing. The White Stripes is over and it's been said a hundred times, and maybe that's just the quickest way for him to answer that question he gets asked a dozen times a day."

Read the full post here:

JACK WHITE CLICK BAIT BINGO EXHAUSTIONFrom the desk of The Third Man Council For Internet Regulation and Journalistic...

Posted by Third Man Records on Tuesday, May 26, 2015



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