Alison mosshart dating jack white
Alison Nicole Mosshart is an American singer, songwriter, artist, and occasional model best known as the lead vocalist for the indie rock band The Kills and blues rock band The Dead Weather.
She started her musical career in 1995 with the Florida punk rock band Discount which disbanded in 2000.
Sure, the raven-haired Mosshart looks appropriately tough, but a second persona appears as she peels off the rock-star veneer. If I were in a band in sixth grade I would have called it The Banana Republic Club. I stayed with them, and Jamie lived upstairs with this unpredictably difficult kid called Simon, who once got wasted on whiskey and started waving a big bread knife at me and talking nonsense.
The tour for The Kills’ third album, (Domino), ended only days earlier, and she has just gotten off a flight from Japan. I expressed an interest to Jamie in working with him.
The duo is putting out its latest ep, , this month, and will continue on a hectic touring schedule that includes a pit stop at Coachella. BLASBERG: Still, that’s good for a bunch of sixth-graders. Downstairs were my friends Ben Corrigan, who drove our tour bus at the time and who is now a photographer, and Sean Forbes, who works in a record store. I was really nervous around him—I don’t think I spoke in a year of knowing him.
In New York on downtime, she’s a soft, smiley songwriter from Vero Beach, Florida, with a shy, nervous giggle. I said that I was done with the band I was in—I felt like all I did was make up words to other people’s songs—and I wanted to do something different.
She’s been known to send hilarious e-mails about the travails of living with Hince in North London and is an unabashed fan (in fact, one Kills song was the soundtrack for the show’s second-season promo, and Mosshart has friends in the cast). Hedi Slimane made these, and now I have three pairs of the gold, plus pairs in every other color, in black, in patent. I just sang at first—I didn’t ever play guitar before The Kills. MOSSHART: I was in another band in Florida, touring and going to school. I told him I wanted to start writing myself, and he lent me a four-track to take on the road for the rest of my tour, which I took as an opportunity to mix, like, 20 tapes of music and bring them back to have Jamie listen to them.
The recently wrapped album has been titled and will get a June release through White’s own label Third Man Records, based in Nashville.
Mosshart does the lion’s share of vocal duties while White mans the drums.