Jack White Invited a Courtroom Sketch Artist to Document an Intimate L.A. Gig
There are few hours of the week less rock ‘n’ roll than 11 a.m. on a Monday. But that’s when I join a line of people forming outside the concrete bunker of a building at the corner of Venice and Fairfax that is the home of KROQ-FM. Here, in about an hour, Jack White will perform a brief set of songs from his new album, Boarding House Reach, in something grandly called the “HD Radio Sound Space,” to be broadcast later in the week. There’s something vaguely oxymoronic about the idea of Jack White performing live for HD Radio. He’s a famously analog man in a digital world, the kind of guy for whom a tube amplifier and some vintage KLH speakers—the kind with beige… View Original Post The post Jack White Invited a Courtroom Sketch Artist to Document an Intimate L.A. Gig appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine .
March 24, 2018 at 11:25PM