What do Hollywood actors Walter Matthau, Jack Lemmon and Oklahoma City Ward 8 Councilman Pat Ryan have in common? They’re grumpy old men. At least some people think so.
Jack White has always been something of a time traveler. The first notes that crept out from those early days in Detroit were carved out of the best and brightest pockets of ’60s garage rock. And by the time "Seven Nation Army" grew into a cultural phenomenon in 2003 (one that you'll still hear marching bands charming the crowds at high school football games with today), Jack White had reconciled modern alternative with classic rock 'n' roll in a way few bands have ever come close to matching.