Jack Lawrence (musician)

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Jack Lawrence
Jack Lawrence, Stockholm.jpg
Lawrence performing at Accelerator, Stockholm, in 2006 with The Raconteurs.
Background information
Birth name Jack Lawrence
Born (1976-12-18) December 18, 1976 (age 38)
Covington, Kentucky
Genres Rock
Instruments Bass guitar, autoharp, banjo, piano, vocals, drums, guitar, clarinet mandolin, accordion, double bass
Years active 1996–present
Labels V2, Telstar, Third Man, Warner Bros., XL,
Associated acts The Greenhornes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather, Blanche, City and Colour
Notable instruments

Rickenbacker 4001 bass
Gretsch White Falcon Bass

Epiphone Rivoli

"Little" Jack Lawrence (born December 18, 1976) is an American musician from Covington, Kentucky, currently living in Nashville, Tennessee.

Career[edit]

Lawrence currently plays bass guitar in The Raconteurs, The Greenhornes, The Dead Weather and City and Colour[1] as well as the autoharp and banjo in Blanche. He also guested on the theme song to the 2008 Bond film Quantum of Solace entitled "Another Way To Die", playing bass guitar and baritone guitar.[2] On May 22, 2009, Lawrence married photographer Jo McCaughey at Jack White's house in Nashville in a double ceremony with Meg White and Jackson Smith.[3] Most recently, Lawrence contributed to the soundtrack of the Spike Jonze film Where the Wild Things Are. He is uncredited but is one of the members of Karen O's backup band for the album, Karen O and the Kids. He is also credited on four songs from Wanda Jackson's album, The Party Ain't Over, which Jack White produced. He also plays bass on one track on White's album Blunderbuss. Lawrence is currently on tour with City and Colour.

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brian Mansfield (August 3, 2009), "Jack White has a new flame". USA Today.
  2. ^ "Quantum of Solace > Credits". Allmusic. Retrieved on August 20, 2009.
  3. ^ "Meg White and Raconteurs man stage double wedding". NME.com (May 26, 2009). Retrieved on August 20, 2009.

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