Thursday, August 6, 2009

JACK WHITE'S RECORD LABEL THIRD MAN ANNOUNCES THREE NEW 45's

Word from THIRD MAN RECORDS

As of today we have three new singles available for pre-order over on the STORE page. These will be available for sale individually or as a specially priced tri-pack.

First up is a single from Jack White entitled "Fly Farm Blues." Jack sings and accompanies himself on guitar on a track that was written on the spot during the filming of It Might Get Loud.

Next is a single from Birmingham, Alabama's own, Dan Sartain. Doing two new tracks unlike anything he's ever played before, "Bohemian Grove" and "Atheist Funeral."

Lastly, we're proud to present Transit, a band composed solely of employees of the Nashville Transit Authority. Both "C'mon and Ride" and "After Party" are songs thematically linked to buses. This single is the fifth in our Blue Series.

These will be available as a special priced Tri-pack on the Third Man Records website.

We will sell 100 Tri-Color versions of these singles in our Nashville shop at 623 7th Avenue South. Beginning August 11th (12 noon Central Time) we will unveil one single per-day in their numerical order (ie, TMR 11, 12, 13). Dan Sartain will be released the 11th, Transit on the 12th, and Jack White on the 13th. These will be sold one per customer/family.

We will also be inserting a 50 Tri-Colors of each title randomly into mail orders from our online Store. Happy buying and good luck!

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