Jack White celebrates his next concert in Chicago, Illinois, the hometown of Letters against humanity – with a special poster about the self-styled "party game for horrible people".
The designer Matthew Jacobson, who previously created several posters for the musician, devised the article as an 18 × 24 Letters against humanity the black card with the phrase to complete the blank, "When Jack White showed up at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on November 19, 2018, he surprised his fans with ______." The souvenir presents a set of six white answer cards, along with a duplicate black card of regulatory size, all of which, if removed, can be added to a standard Letters against humanity game box.
The poster is available in a limited edition of 450 and will be available on White & # 39; s Chicago show and on the Jacobson website.
Ben Blackwell of Third Man Records recently unearthed a recording by Jack White in 1997 covering Blondie's "One Way or Another," described as the "rarest physical release of a Jack White performance," and published it in October as part of the Cassette Week by Discogs.
That same month, Blanco marked the tenth anniversary of Consolers of the Lonely, his second LP with the parallel project Raconteurs, with a reissue of luxury with the first new songs of the band in a decade. The material was compiled from "recent sessions that will eventually result in a new Raconteurs album in 2019," according to Third Man.