Tickets will be $30 and are on sale tomorrow, 12 noon Tuesday, April 4th, at the Third Man store front at 623 7th Avenue South in Nashville and online atwww.thirdmanrecords.com. Doors will open 4pm and the show will begin at 5pm on Saturday, April 16th.
Jerry Lee Lewis’ sure to be historic set will be the culmination of Third Man’s Record Store Day festivities which begin Saturday, April 16th at 11:30am, during which The Third Man Rolling Record Store as well as the label’s storefront outlet will be selling the following four incredible Record Store Day vinyl offerings:
The White Stripes
“Let’s Shake Hands” b/w “Look Me Over Closely”
The much-awaited reissue of the White Stripes first-ever release from 1998. This pressing corrects a channel inversion and audio glitch present in the 2002 reissue by manufacturing from the original pressing plates from 1998. Quantities on Record Store Day will all be on a custom red vinyl with black whisps while subsequent re-pressings will be on black vinyl. Says Jack White, “We finally got the right tone of red on the front cover. I’ve been waiting 13 years for that.”
The White Stripes
“Lafayette Blues” b/w “Sugar Never Tasted So Good”
Unavailable on vinyl since 2001, this is the reissue of the White Stripes 2nd-ever single originally released in 1998. Record Store Day quantities will be on a custom white vinyl with black whisps while subsequent repressings will be on black vinyl.
“Vicious” b/w “In Trouble With the Lord”
Limited to 1000 copies pressed on clear vinyl with peach-colored rose pedals encased inside the record. Features Elson’s inimitable take on Lou Reed’s solo classic “Vicious” coupled with a captivating outtake from her “The Ghost Who Walks” LP. Copies pressed on black vinyl with a standard picture sleeve will be available at a later date.
Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi present ROME starring Jack White and Norah Jones
“Two Against One” b/w “Black”
The debut release from this unprecedented assortment of talent. “Two Against One” features White on lead vocals and Jones takes the lead on “Black.” Both songs will be included on the full-length version of ROME available May 17th worldwide.
All titles will be available for purchase at Third Man Records on Record Store Day, as well as at finer independent record shops the world over.
Finally, anyone who shows up for Third Man’s Record Store Day extravaganza will be able to purchase the Jerry Lee Lewis Live at Third Man limited edition black and blue vinyl edition.
For further information re: Jack White, Third Man, or Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi, contact Laura Eldeiry email@example.com
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