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SXSW: Jack White's Surprise

Jack White, formerly of the White Stripes, has parked a yellow bus somewhere in a parking lot in Austin. It's a Rolling Record Store, for his Nashville-based Third Man label. I haven't found it yet, but NPR Music did, and they filmed White popping out and playing two songs - Buddy Holly's Texas-appropriate "Not Fade Away" plus "Dead Leaves On The Dirty Ground," one of my White Stripes personal favorites. Then he handed it over to Third Man signee Seasick Steve. Eleven minutes in total, courtesy of NPR, below.

SXSW: Jack White's Surprise

Jack White, formerly of the White Stripes, has parked a yellow bus somewhere in a parking lot in Austin. It's a Rolling Record Store, for his Nashville-based Third Man label. I haven't found it yet, but NPR Music did, and they filmed White popping out and playing two songs - Buddy Holly's Texas-appropriate "Not Fade Away" plus "Dead Leaves On The Dirty Ground," one of my White Stripes personal favorites.  Then he handed it over to Third Man signee Seasick Steve. Eleven minutes in total, courtesy of NPR, below.

Previously: SXSW: Trampled By Turtles

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