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Jack White


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Written on: 09.03.2012 08:50
Wallu
Posts: 636
I have a gut-feeling, that Jack White will be announced in 19th April (he´s playing werchter and all). Wouldn´t mind at all.. Would be another worthy headliner.
Written on: 09.03.2012 11:04
Desmond
Posts: 479
Wallu wrote:

I have a gut-feeling, that Jack White will be announced in 19th April (he´s playing werchter and all). Wouldn´t mind at all.. Would be another worthy headliner.


i don't think, he would be a headliner. but a very nice booking anyways
Written on: 09.03.2012 13:31
Wallu
Posts: 636
Desmond wrote:

Wallu wrote:

I have a gut-feeling, that Jack White will be announced in 19th April (he´s playing werchter and all). Wouldn´t mind at all.. Would be another worthy headliner.


i don't think, he would be a headliner. but a very nice booking anyways


Surely he´s bigger than Jack Johnson or M.I.A. Even on his own. And I don´t think we´ll get any more huge names, maybe Rihanna, but that´ll be it. But.. we´ll find out in a month.
Written on: 09.03.2012 19:08
Classic rock dude!
Posts: 2492
Jack White shouldn't headline. What has he done solo to deserve that?
Written on: 10.03.2012 09:36
Coldblooded
Posts: 1190
Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

Jack White shouldn't headline. What has he done solo to deserve that?

I agree and my guess would be that he'd subheadline if booked. Last year's booking of Big Boi is comparable. If Outkast were riding hot on a new album they'd probably be a hiphop headliner. Big Boi alone could only sub.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 10.03.2012 at 09:39.]
Written on: 10.03.2012 14:46
JockeyFullOfBourbon
Posts: 892
Wallu wrote:

Desmond wrote:

Wallu wrote:

I have a gut-feeling, that Jack White will be announced in 19th April (he´s playing werchter and all). Wouldn´t mind at all.. Would be another worthy headliner.


i don't think, he would be a headliner. but a very nice booking anyways


Surely he´s bigger than Jack Johnson or M.I.A. Even on his own. And I don´t think we´ll get any more huge names, maybe Rihanna, but that´ll be it. But.. we´ll find out in a month.


Rihanna?.. huh?
Written on: 10.03.2012 16:25
Kong Gulerod
Posts: 462
JockeyFullOfBourbon wrote:

Rihanna?.. huh?


Well, she is really hot. And if it rains we can all stand under her umbrella.
Written on: 10.03.2012 19:13
Classic rock dude!
Posts: 2492
I'd like to play with her umbrella... erm
Written on: 19.03.2012 19:17
Trolden
Posts: 13
Interesting!
5th july He will play in Hamburg. That is not far away from Roskilde icon_smile.gif

http://jackwhiteiii.com/tour-dates/
Written on: 19.03.2012 19:38
Wallu
Posts: 636
JockeyFullOfBourbon wrote:

Wallu wrote:

Desmond wrote:

Wallu wrote:

I have a gut-feeling, that Jack White will be announced in 19th April (he´s playing werchter and all). Wouldn´t mind at all.. Would be another worthy headliner.


i don't think, he would be a headliner. but a very nice booking anyways


Surely he´s bigger than Jack Johnson or M.I.A. Even on his own. And I don´t think we´ll get any more huge names, maybe Rihanna, but that´ll be it. But.. we´ll find out in a month.


Rihanna?.. huh?


Someone in a different thread was speculating on her coming this year, so I got kinda carried away. Doesn´t really fit the profile..

Trolden wrote:

Interesting!
5th july He will play in Hamburg. That is not far away from Roskilde icon_smile.gif

http://jackwhiteiii.com/tour-dates/


That settles it. Wednesday´s announcement for sure (I don´t take bets this time, though).
Written on: 23.03.2012 08:52
Ziggy Stardust
Posts: 32
Would be really awesome to see him live.
Written on: 23.03.2012 12:02
Kristoffer Lövgren
Posts: 55
I would be surprised if he doesn't join the poster this year.

- He is around at the time.
- One of the bookers said that Jack White was one of the highlights at SXSW.
- New debut solo album out.
- 2007 was last time he played here, with The Raconteurs.

I'll keep my fingers crossed!
Written on: 28.03.2012 14:46
Rockmus
Posts: 290
http://www.soundvenue.com/nyheder/2012/03/28/jack-white-kommer-til-roskilde-festival#comments according to Ekstra Bladet he is confirmed by several independent sources!
Written on: 01.04.2012 04:00
Thorbjørn
Posts: 100
He's probably in the big April announcement. I think he'd headline. He's one of the best (if not the best) guitarist currently playing. To compare: If Slash played, he would surely headline. I think Jack White is in the same league as Slash.
Written on: 01.04.2012 16:39
Rockmus
Posts: 290
Thorbjørn wrote:

He's probably in the big April announcement. I think he'd headline. He's one of the best (if not the best) guitarist currently playing. To compare: If Slash played, he would surely headline. I think Jack White is in the same league as Slash.


Seriously doubt Slash would headline.

Also I don't think Jack White SHOULD headline (I do, however, have a feeling that if he will be announced he will also headline) I do think that what he did with The White Stripes is one of the biggest turningpoints in moderne rock music, and if they had played, they would most definitely headline.

I just don't think he yet has done enough on his own to have the legend status it takes to headline on your name alone.
Written on: 01.04.2012 18:01
Wallu
Posts: 636
Rockmus wrote:

Thorbjørn wrote:

He's probably in the big April announcement. I think he'd headline. He's one of the best (if not the best) guitarist currently playing. To compare: If Slash played, he would surely headline. I think Jack White is in the same league as Slash.


Seriously doubt Slash would headline.

Also I don't think Jack White SHOULD headline (I do, however, have a feeling that if he will be announced he will also headline) I do think that what he did with The White Stripes is one of the biggest turningpoints in moderne rock music, and if they had played, they would most definitely headline.

I just don't think he yet has done enough on his own to have the legend status it takes to headline on your name alone.


Point taken, but I still tend to disagree. My point being that all of his bands have been his bands (Jack being the mastermind on them). So I think he has a legend status already without his record even being published yet.
Written on: 01.04.2012 19:11
Classic rock dude!
Posts: 2492
Wallu wrote:

Rockmus wrote:

Thorbjørn wrote:

He's probably in the big April announcement. I think he'd headline. He's one of the best (if not the best) guitarist currently playing. To compare: If Slash played, he would surely headline. I think Jack White is in the same league as Slash.


Seriously doubt Slash would headline.

Also I don't think Jack White SHOULD headline (I do, however, have a feeling that if he will be announced he will also headline) I do think that what he did with The White Stripes is one of the biggest turningpoints in moderne rock music, and if they had played, they would most definitely headline.

I just don't think he yet has done enough on his own to have the legend status it takes to headline on your name alone.


Point taken, but I still tend to disagree. My point being that all of his bands have been his bands (Jack being the mastermind on them). So I think he has a legend status already without his record even being published yet.


If Jack White is to be considered a legend, when not even having released a solo album- then there is an incredible amount of legends out there....

What about Dan Auerbach then? Surely a legend by these standards. But obviously he is not, nor is Jack White. Great artist, but no legend. If Jack White is a legend, what does that make Bob Dylan, Neil Young and the likes, "Super, duper legends?"

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 01.04.2012 at 19:13.]
Written on: 01.04.2012 19:25
Wallu
Posts: 636
Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

Wallu wrote:

Rockmus wrote:

Thorbjørn wrote:

He's probably in the big April announcement. I think he'd headline. He's one of the best (if not the best) guitarist currently playing. To compare: If Slash played, he would surely headline. I think Jack White is in the same league as Slash.


Seriously doubt Slash would headline.

Also I don't think Jack White SHOULD headline (I do, however, have a feeling that if he will be announced he will also headline) I do think that what he did with The White Stripes is one of the biggest turningpoints in moderne rock music, and if they had played, they would most definitely headline.

I just don't think he yet has done enough on his own to have the legend status it takes to headline on your name alone.


Point taken, but I still tend to disagree. My point being that all of his bands have been his bands (Jack being the mastermind on them). So I think he has a legend status already without his record even being published yet.


If Jack White is to be considered a legend, when not even having released a solo album- then there is an incredible amount of legends out there....

What about Dan Auerbach then? Surely a legend by these standards. But obviously he is not, nor is Jack White. Great artist, but no legend. If Jack White is a legend, what does that make Bob Dylan, Neil Young and the likes, "Super, duper legends?"


Yep, maybe it´s a wrong word to use.. What I was trying to say was that he might be the most innovative rock-musician in the new millenium, and deserves a headliner spot no matter who is he playing with.
Written on: 01.04.2012 19:28
I Like Turtles
Posts: 757
Dave Gahan headlined in 2003 with only one album to his name which was released a month before the festival.. With 3 big headliners already this could be one of the small, yet great, headliners
Written on: 01.04.2012 19:33
Rockmus
Posts: 290
I Like Turtles wrote:

Dave Gahan headlined in 2003 with only one album to his name which was released a month before the festival.. With 3 big headliners already this could be one of the small, yet great, headliners


well if that is the case I will not leave out the opportunity that he will headline... definitely one of the most talked about artist of the last decade
Written on: 01.04.2012 19:46
Wallu
Posts: 636
The fact that he plays a lot of old songs from White Stripes etc., is the reason I think he should headline. It would be another case, if I thought this would be totally different band playing. (I don´t think that Mr.Bungle or Phantomas should headline just because Mike Patton is in them´and Faith No More headlined). But we´ll see in a couple of weeks..
Written on: 01.04.2012 20:18
Karl
Posts: 15
Jack White was White Stripes, their work can more or less be considered his work. Meg would not be a legend, but jack sure is.

Can't wait to listen to his album and begs for Roskidle to get him.
Written on: 02.04.2012 14:35
Classic rock dude!
Posts: 2492
I Like Turtles wrote:

Dave Gahan headlined in 2003 with only one album to his name which was released a month before the festival.. With 3 big headliners already this could be one of the small, yet great, headliners


Didn't he play at Arena?
Written on: 02.04.2012 15:05
Coldblooded
Posts: 1190
Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

I Like Turtles wrote:

Dave Gahan headlined in 2003 with only one album to his name which was released a month before the festival.. With 3 big headliners already this could be one of the small, yet great, headliners


Didn't he play at Arena?


He did, but he was billed as a headliner on the poster – just like PJ last year and My Bloody Valentine in 2008.


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