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The Raconteurs — Jack White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence, and Patrick Keeler — have unveiled “Bored and Razed,” the latest track from their long-awaited new album, HELP US STRANGER (Third Man Records). See the official lyric video for the track below...

The GRAMMY Award-winning rock band’s third studio LP and first new album in more than a decade, HELP US STRANGER arrives everywhere on Friday, June 21. All digital album pre-orders will be joined by instant downloads of the previously released tracks “Sunday Driver,” “Now That You’re Gone,” “Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness),” and “Help Me Stranger,” along with new track “Bored and Razed.”

The Raconteurs are celebrating HELP US STRANGER with an epic world tour – North American dates get underway July 4 and 5 with a two-night-stand at Aspen, CO’s Belly Up Tavern. Due to popular demand, additional dates have been added in a number of major markets, including Detroit, Vancouver, Boston, Oakland, New York, and Nashville.

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Keeping busy on Baby Watch 2012, I've been behind on the music news. Since the publicists and artists have been looking for coverage, I'm always happy to help when I can, so that means it's time for another list of rapid-fire updates on over 40 bands and artists from around the music spectrum. This is also when the not-neccessarily family-friendly content gets a spot on The Rock Father homepage, so be warned.

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Thursday, April 19 2012 14:03

THE WHITE STRIPES just got Lullabied!

I'm late on posting this because it's been a busy week. That said, the crew from Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star sent over the full announcement for LULLABY VERSIONS of THE WHITE STRIPES, which was released digitally this past Tuesday. I think we'll see Jack and Meg back together one day. You know, Jack White is releasing some rare WHITE STRIPES on vinyl for Record Store Day this weekend. Those are on his own Third Man Records. As for the lullabies, check out the press release, and preview stream. Wait, THE RACONTEURS are here too? Well, Steady as She Goes...

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