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Jack White's store
Simply amazing! I loved it, thanks Jack White for such a gem!
From the crisp design, to the quirky decor, White Stripes props, listening booth and more- this is a must see for music fans.
Very cool analogue machines: photo booth, recording booth and every record Third Man has produced. Love it!!
Try to catch one of the live shows.
My sons favorite place in the world. It definitely has a groovy vibe
Great! Full of Third Man merch. Record your own vinyl, sit in the photo booth, listen to the monkey band, play guitar, and press a wax figure in the fun little oddities section. & shows there are rad.
Where else in the world can you see a live music performance where artists can record live direct-to-acetate? Nowhere.
The girls, who work in the front of the record shop, may give you a more extensive tour if asked nicely.
Use the Mold-A-Rama machine to craft your very own replica of the 1964 Ward's Airline that Jack plays onstage.
Arrived and there was a trio recording on a wax cylinder outside on the hood of a car, where else does this happen!
Go to the Scopitone in the novelties lounge and play "A Glorious Dawn." Trust me on this.
Sra cut a record while we were in Nashville.
Well worth a visit! Has an automatic recording booth that presses to vinyl.
A fun look inside Jack White's Head. I'm scared.
Very cool store, a must see in Nashville!
Jack White is watching you.
So cool to see this! Great gift shop.
Here's a tip, try the records! They're great!
A fantastic record store run by the world famous Jack White from The White Stripes, et al. There is much more to see than just albums- I recommend stepping into the photo booth for a souvenir picture.
Prepare for all Glory.
Their old-fashioned photo machine makes a fun souvenir!
Black Friday 2012 - grand opening of the novelty room!! cant wait to see it...in 9 hours!!
GO SEE CAM!
What is there to say? This is God's headquarters. Bow down: YOU'RE NOT WORTHY!
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be inside Jack White’s head, his record label’s headquarters—part music shop, memorabilia store and recording studio—is probably the closest you’ll get.
This is Jack White's office when he's home. If you get lucky to get to go through the entire building, not just the front room.
The new hours are Mon-Sat: 10am-6pm, Sun: 1pm-4pm
No, Jack White won't be here when you walk in (but you can stalk him outside)
Small but cute store. Walk around, the surrounds are so Nashville
Badass. Flip through 'em all. You'll be surprised by a couple. And ask whoever is working what's going down around Nashville. They've got their finger on the pulse of the city, fer sure.
Smaller than you may think, but sweet none the less.
Hours are 12-6. Not in the best part of town but oddly it itself is the best part of town. Your turntable's not dead!
If you've got the means I recommend the 3" mini-records set. Pricey, but so awesome.
Really cool place to see a show, and usually cheap too. Check out the calendar on their website.
Pick up some exclusive to the shop records, I recommand the Jon Wayne record and fly farm blues by Jack White.
I'm from Chicago an I came here to grab some records and waltzed out with way more then I expected. You have to pick up some exclusive to the shop records, it's a must
fun place to browse. get a t-shirt.
This place is great, but ask before you buy. There are a few $100 7" 45's and at least one $250 LP hiding amongst the regularly priced items. Nothing is priced, bit everything is worth it.