Jack White, the "coolest, weirdest, savviest rock star of our time" (The New York Times Magazine) is one of music’s most enigmatic and mysterious figures.
This Omnibus Enhanced digital edition of How He Built an Empire from the Blues includes an interactive Digital Timeline of Jack’s life, full with audio, video and imagery of live performances, music videos, interviews and more.
Together with Meg White, the The White Stripes’ guitar virtuosity and shrieking vocals ousted all competition and ignited the blues-rock revival of the early millennium. White went on to collaborate with Loretta Lynn, Alicia Keys, Bob Dylan and more, founded The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather and a critically acclaimed solo career whilst also rejuvenating Detroit’s arts scene through his innovative record label, Third Man Records.
White is a master of reinvention and the Omnibus Enhanced How He Built an Empire from the Blues is the definitive book to unravel his story. Based on interviews from people close to White, including former bandmates and Third Man artists such as Neil Young and Seasick Steve, no other book goes as deep into the lore of Jack White and the mythical White Stripes.