Jack White confirmed that the opening of his Third Man Records store in London over the weekend was a memorable occasion, playing a special set for invited visitors to the store’s Blue Basement Performance Space before heading out and rocking neighbors with a small set. Porch near artist Damien Hearst. White-now-blue-haired play-drummer Daru Jones and musician Dominic John Davis reintroduced songs such as “Dead Lives and the Dirty Ground”, “Lazareto” and of course “Seven Nation Army”. Watch the highlights in the video below.
Located on Marshall Street in the heart of London’s historic historic Soho District, the store completes three works of Third Man Physical Space, including buildings in Nashville, TN and Detroit. The new location includes a two-level retail space, a nearby live music venue called “The Blue Basement” and a European headquarters for the label.
The store is now officially open to the public, designed by White, who recently launched Jack White Art & Design with a third-person group of artists through an extensive multimedia website. The store was conceived during the Covid-1 pandemic epidemic and was built throughout 2020 and 2021.
In addition to the previously announced titles of Paul Weller, David Rafin, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Cornershop, Gina Birch of The Raincoats, and The Lost Manchester Group The Magic Roundabout, .
White’s dedication to visual representation is legendary and evidenced in the photos below, the store has many white and white stripe-themed elements, including an old-fashioned phone booth with a “hello operator” and a sign “dog and biscuit”. ”