Jack White sat down for an interview with musician-turned-Seattle Weekly columnist Duff McKagan. Among other things, the former Guns n' Roses bassist asked White about his debut solo album, Blunderbuss, and the songwriting process that White utilized to construct the album.
"I always find it kind of boring to write about myself," the former White Stripes frontman began. "But whatever happens to you, if you've gone through anything-sort of a literal train wreck in your life, for example-you have to have that inside of you in some way; even if you choose not to write about being involved in a train wreck, it would come out of you no matter what choice you have."
"So whatever characters I was writing about during the record, I'm giving them these problems," White continued. "But the problems are only things that I probably have seen or experienced sometime along the way."
White is currently on tour in support of Blunderbuss.
by RTT Staff Writer
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