The New York Times Magazine just ran an awesome long-form profile of Jack White by the phenomenal Josh Eells (who also recently scored a Rolling Stone cover story on the ‘Hunger Games”s Jennifer Lawrence). For those of you out there who want to be writers, take heed: this is what we call “detail” in the business — in the case of Jack White, they’re called “really weird details.” Here’s our favorite dirty dozen snippets from the full piece:
To be in a rock band–and still relevant–for two decades is amazing; to be in two might be a miracle. That’s the case for guitarist Stone Gossard, who last year celebrated twenty years of Pearl Jam, and this year marks twenty with Brad (the band, not a dude) — who have a new album out on April 24, ‘United We Stand.’
File this news from NME under “bloody good.” Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne, who some might call “eccentric” or “flat-out crazy,” has asked for what’s in the hearts — literally — of Bon Iver, Ke$ha and others, and in doing so has (metaphorically) taken a page out of Kiss‘ comic book.
In a staggeringly superlative declaration, London radio station XFM has declared Florence Welch (most often seen with a Machine) to be The Greatest Woman in Rock of All Time, though a more fitting title might be The Most Popular Female Rock Lead in Britain Right Now.
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