This is very exciting news, as White is one of the best song writers and guitar players in the world. His output of high-quality material is almost second-to-none, and his live show is consistently rated as one of the most electrifying. While no other information on the forthcoming album has been revealed at this time, we look forward to learning more about White’s newest music, and we hope that it results in a tour! Stay tuned for more info as it’s released. Modern-day rock icon Jack White is back in the studio working on his follow-up to his 2014 album, Lazaretto. The former White Stripes, Raconteurs, and Dead Weather man has been out of the public eye for a few years, taking a break from performing and recording. In this time, White has still kept busy, taking on a number of projects including opening a record-pressing plant, working on the PBS documentary American Epic, and running his Third Man Records label and brand.Nas Performs “One Mic” With Jack White For “American Epic” Mini-SeriesJack White To Release A Children’s Book Based Off The White Stripes’ “We’re Going To Be Friends”White has been a champion for “real” music over the past few years, using Third Man Records as a front to re-establish vinyl as the musical medium of choice. That battle has paid off, as the sales of vinyl records have skyrocketed alongside White’s efforts. While White’s activism has been noble, many fans simply want to hear more of his uniquely emotional, super-charged rock music. Thanks to a tweet from the Third Man Records account, it’s now confirmed that White is in a studio in Los Angeles with several other musicians preparing for a new album. A post by Neal Evans of Soulive also confirms that he will be featured on this new album, in addition to Louis Cato.
Kenneth D Bradley, 69, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away October 18, 2017 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.He was born September 22, 1948 in Batesville, IN, son of the late Lloyd Bradley.He was a self employed mechanic and motorcycles were his specialty. He was a biker and faithfully attended the annual Sturgis Bikers event. Kenny belonged to the American Federation of Riders for over 30 years.Surviving are children, Kenneth Bradley Jr., Joe Bradley, Ted Hussong, Angela Ball, Charlie Billingsley, Michelle Mangatti, David Bradley, Joseph Patenaude; grandchildren, Destiny Billingsley, Elizabeth Ball, Daniel Ball, Jr., Leeah Rettnowski, Ariel Spencer, Ryan Blankenship; great-grandchild, Alana Spencer and his brother, Chuck Bradley.He was preceded in death by parents, wife, Kathleen Bradley and a brother, Raymond Bryant.Services will be held at First Baptist Church, 6060 Blair Road, Friday, October 27, 2017 at 1:00 pm with Pastor Bill Secrest officiating.Contributions may be made to defray funeral expenses. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com