Birth Name: John Anthony Gillis
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
Years Active: 1990–present
Genres: Alternative Rock, Blues-rock, Punk Blues, Garage Rock Revival, Indie Rock, Bluegrass
Jack White (born John Anthony Gillis, July 9, 1975), often credited as Jack White III, is an American musician, songwriter, record producer and occasional actor. He was the guitarist, pianist and lead vocalist of The White Stripes until they split in February 2011, and currently is well as a member of The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather. White's popular and critical success with The White Stripes enabled him to collaborate as a solo artist with other renowned musicians, such as Beck, The Rolling Stones, Jeff Beck, Alicia Keys, Bob Dylan, Electric Six, Insane Clown Posse, and Loretta Lynn, whose 2004 album “Van Lear Rose” he produced and performed on. He was awarded the title of Nashville...
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