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Jack White ...
- was, for a short time, in Goober & The Peas. He was listed as Jack "Doc" Gillis (Jack Gillis is his real name) and he was their drummer.
- is in The White Stripes.
- appears on Rocket 88 on the self-released Master Supertone CS by Soledad Brothers.
- is appearing on the Some Other Guy 7" and the Hentch-Forth 12"MLP with The Hentchmen (Italy Records, IR-004 and IR-008).
- is appearing on Johnny's Death Letter by the Soledad Brothers, this song's on the Sugar & Spice 7" (Italy Records, IR-007).
- was in 2 Star Tabernacle.
- was in The Go and recorded an album with them.
- was in The Upholsterers.
- is appearing with The Hentchmen again. This time it's on the Ham And Oil 7" (Gas Records, 1999, GRS-109).
- produced the debut 7" by The Von Bondies (D · wreckEd · hiT, 2000, DET.001).
- mixed The Gospel According To John 7" by Soledad Brothers (Estrus, 1999, ES 7142).
- comixed The Greenhornes 7" on Italy Records (IR-009).
- appears as "John S. O'Leary" with The Wildbunch on Danger (High Voltage) (Flying Bomb Records, 2001, FLB-117).
- produced, recorded and co-mixed the Sympathetic Sounds Of Detroit LP/CD (Sympathy For The Record Industry, 2001, SFTRI 623). Jack appears on Shout Bama Lama by Hate Records.
- produced the debut-album and the 2nd 7" by The Von Bondies.
- appears as "John S. O'Leary" with Electric Six on Danger! High Voltage (several releases).
- produced the debut album by Whirlwind Heat.
- is Eddie Gillis' brother.
- appears on Blanche's Who's To Say?.
- is in The Raconteurs.
- is in Adele & The Raconteurs.
- runs Third Man Records, though it is a sublabel of XL Recordings.
- (how surprising) is in Jack White & Alicia Keys.
- is in The Dead Weather.
- offcourse is the one man in Jack White.
- is married to Karen Elson.
- is in or appears with Duane.