Jack White has some special treats in store for fans who visit his record label, Third Man Records, in Nashville on November 23. The ex- White Stripes singer has announced that he’ll be offering up a Novelties Lounge for patrons who stop by the label's store to buy vinyl in support of Record Store Day.
The Lounge will offer a variety of attractions including a custom Mold-a-Rama machine -- which spits out a fire-engine red wax mold miniature of White's classic Airline guitar -- a coin-operated jukebox which plays 16-millimeter music films and a Dip 'n' Dunk full-color photo booth.
As usual, White will be offering up some special vinyl releases which can be purchased at Third Man Records for Record Store Day as well. This year, White is making available three seven-inch vinyl singles from The White Stripes, including “Fell in Love with a Girl,” “I Just Don’t Know What to Do with Myself,” “Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground,” “Stop Breaking Down” and live versions of “Hotel Yorba” and “Rated X.” Other items up for sale include authorized reprints of the first ever White Stripes silk-screened poster done by Von Munz and White Stripes turntables.
For more information, visit ThirdManRecords.com .
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