Jack White Releasing Solo Single

     

    Jack White just can’t stop releasing records. Seemingly inspired by the recent opening of his own Third Man Records label, White has announced that he is releasing a solo single titled “Fly Farm Blues,” which was written while he was appearing in Davis Guggenheim’s documentary, It Might Get Loud.

    The song will be released as a 7-inch single on Third Man on August 11 and as a digital download via the iTunes store. White has already intimated that he has a solo album in the works, saying that he hopes to complete the lone venture by the end of 2009. He also has big plans for Third Man, beginning with a single for a band named Transit.

    Two members of the Nashville Metro Transit Authority formed Transit, and White has produced two songs for them—“C’mon and Ride” and “Afterparty.” A single by Dan Sartin, titled “Bohemien Groove,” is also set for release on Third Man. Jack White is clearly not a man who values his sleep.