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To those who say there are no more Rockstars, I present Jack White.

I can think of no other modern day musician whose presence onstage is so definitive as to conjure a feeling of watching a legend in his own time.

"I feel strongly connected to God," he later told an interviewer. I can take elements from Buddhism or other religions and see the similarities and differences in those, and learn from those, but at the end of the day, I don't care as much about man's interpretation of religion.

What I care about is what God tells me directly." That intense spiritual connection led a teenaged White, who long served as an altar boy, to consider going to seminary to pursue a life in the priesthood.

The Dead Weather, Jack’s project with The Kills’ Alison Mosshart, was represented with “I Cut like a Buffalo,” and a 10 minute guitar orgasm of “Steady As She Goes,” that seguewayed into The Ventures’ surf rock anthem “Pipeline,” gave props to The Raconteurs.

All of his previous successes aside, he does have a new solo record to promote (a damn near perfect one, at that) and of Lazaretto‘s 11 songs he played 7.

"I had found these scribble writings or whatever from when I was 19," White told NPR.

"I had these one-act plays and whatever they were, poems. They were just sort of by a person without any experience in life, but with a lot of fire inside of me."White also said that he's never worked on an album for as long as took. "A new problem with these songs is that I recorded the music and I didn't write vocal parts or lyrics for some of them for maybe seven or eight months, so I was in a real bind," he said.(Multi-Chaptered)(Alison/Karen Elson) There Is Something About Jack White (Multi-Chaptered)(Alison/Agyness Deyn/Jamie/Jack White) High Addiction (Multi-Chaptered)(Alison/Dita Von Teese) Hold The Flag (Alison/Karen Elson) Ticket Man (Jamie/Fan) Paint (Alison/Alex Turner) The Plate (Alison/Max Bemis) let's make straight offensive since they're such bigots (Alison/Jamie) Cradle (Alison/Jake Orrall) Today I Would Rather Fall In Love With A Washing Machine Than A Woman (Richey) Adolesence (Richey) She's Suffering (Richey/Nicky) Silencio (Richey/Nicky) Silencio 2 (Richey/Nicky) Hell Hates You (Richey/Nicky) Null (Richey/Nicky/Rachel(Richey's sister)) They are married to each other (Richey/Nicky/Rachel(Nicky's wife)) Chain Smoking (Richey/Rachel (Richey's sister)) Glitter Clatter (Nicky/Rachel (Nicky's wife)) Japan (Richey/Fan) In the end no one really knows what to say to you. Even though he rose to prominence with the White Stripes, he's always had an impact outside that beloved rock duo—first the Raconteurs with Brendan Benson, and then the Dead Weather with the Kills' Alison Mosshart. White doesn't give too many interviews these days, but he has released a healthy amount of information about the origins and intentions of are mined from old journals White found dating back to when he was 19.“We can talk about the intensity of Jimi Hendrix’s playing, and how unbelievable it is,” he says. Jack White was born John Anthony Gillis on July 9, 1975 in Detroit, Michigan, the youngest of ten children born into a large, working-class Catholic family."I'd become disconnected with the music."Though he's a staunch supporter of old-school recording technology, White actually opened up a computer for this one and used Pro Tools.

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