Jack White is by many people’s reckoning one of the most iconic guitarists of his generation. Standing at a burly six foot plus with his ghostly pale complexion and colour coordinated outfits he has always cut a formidable onstage presence. Photos of him wrestling his red and white Airline guitar will sit alongside the likes of Hendrix and Phil Lynott. It’s invigorating to witness his mastery of the stage. As one half of The White Stripes he not only managed to compensate for a lack of instruments by producing a colossal amount of noise; he was visually mesmerising, throwing himself around like a man possessed and constantly jolting between…
Another big name show has been announced this afternoon, with Jack White being confirmed for a slot at the Royal Kilmainham Hospital. The former White Stripes frontman – also of the Raconteurs and the Dead Weather – will be playing on the June 26, and will be releasing his second solo album, Lazaretto, on June 10. Tickets for the show are priced at €44.50, and go on sale this Friday April 11 at 9am.