The Raconteurs Posters
I was always a big fan of White Stripes and of Jack White, so when
formed the Raconteurs, I was excited, as much I the White Stripes
I was anxious to hear what he could being backed by a full rock
band. The Raconteurs did not disappoint, man I loved their stuff
from the first song. So I went out of my way to see the shows
and get the posters. here they are.
July 25, 2006 at the Roseland Theater
Broken Boy Soldiers Tour
Size 11 x 17 inches – 28 x 43 cm
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After their second release “Consolers of the Lonely”, which I loved,
refreshingly hard with juicy riffs.
They toured again and hit
Portland for two shows in 2008. September 16 and 17 at
Portland’s Roseland again.
size 11 x 17 inches -28 x 43cm
Jack White – Raconteurs in the News
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Jack White constantly looks after his (brand-new) home town. Since transferring to Nashville a few years ago, he’s started trips with small private or final regional shows. In 2007, the White Stripes began their Icky Thump trip at Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom– while the Raconteurs’ succeeding tour in 2008 started simply upstairs from that space in the Mercy Lounge. The Dead Weather made their launching at the huge opening of White’s Third Man Records building in 2009, albeit with an exclusive program for good friends and household. This fad advanced Wednesday evening as The Raconteurs took show business for their first efficiency given that 2008 at White’s house turf of Third Man Records, an evening before their formerly announced day at the Ryman.
On August 26th, Third Man’s main twitter feed posted “The Raconteurs live at Third Man Sept. 14th !!!” with a web link to get tickets– which went on sale quickly. Needless to claim, this became one of the hottest tickets in Nashville extremely fast. All of this only added to the already momentous quantity of media hype for the return of The Raconteurs.
Followers began lining up before midday for the 7 p.m. show– not out of the normal for something connecting to Jack White. The Third Man outlet opened up at 5 p.m. to offer the badass limited version poster (see mentioned earlier) designed by Rob Jones, along with several other Raconteurs product. After a brief delay, we were ultimately led in to the blue space in the spine of Third Man– which, if you’ve never been, is a point of charm– and the show started at 8:15 p.m.
Jack White always takes care of his (brand-new) home town. In 2007, the White Stripes kicked off their Icky Thump tour at Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom– while the Raconteurs’ succeeding tour in 2008 began simply upstairs from that room in the Mercy Lounge. The Dead Weather made their launching at the marvelous opening of White’s Third Man Records building in 2009, albeit with a personal show for friends and family. Followers began lining up before midday for the 7 p.m. show– not out of the common for something associating to Jack White.