Two-Star Tabernacle

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Two-Star Tabernacle
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Promotional Picture of the Band, From around 1998
Background information
Origin Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
Genres Garage rock, punk blues, blues-rock, alternative rock
Years active 1997–1999
Labels V2 Records
Associated acts The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather, Blanche
Members Jack White
Dan John Miller
Tracee Mae Miller
Damian Lang

Two-Star Tabernacle was a short-lived punk rock band from Detroit. Two-Star Tabernacle consisted of a young Jack White, later becoming the founding member of popular rock group The White Stripes, Dan John Miller, Tracee Mae Miller and Damian Lang.[1]

The band's first release came in 1998, and was a 7-inch vinyl with Andre Williams.[2] The band's second release came in 2011, and was a 7-inch vinyl recorded around the same time as the first also featuring Andre Williams, released through Jack White's Third Man Records Vault Subscription Service. Several of the band's songs were altered and recorded on the White Stripes' album White Blood Cells and Blanche's album If We Can't Trust the Doctors...

Bootlegs[edit]

There are only two heavy circulated bootlegs, but more are believed to exist. The most common was recorded at The Gold Dollar in Detroit, Michigan on January 16, 1998 and the rarer of the two was recorded at Paychecks in Hamtramck, Michigan on March 12, 1999.

Live At The Gold Dollar Set List[3]

  1. Who's To Say
  2. Itchy
  3. Hotel Yorba
  4. Worst Time Of My Life
  5. Garbage Picker
  6. Now Mary (Early Version)
  7. Zig Zag Springs
  8. Red Head
  9. Jesus And Tequila
  10. So Long Cruel World
  11. Sixteen Tons

Live At Paychecks Set List

  1. Rank Stranger
  2. The Union Forever
  3. Who's To Say
  4. The Same Boy You've Always Known
  5. Zig Zag Springs
  6. Rootin' Tootin'
  7. Hotel Yorba
  8. So Long, Cruel World
  9. Plain As Day
  10. Wayfarin' Stranger

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