When the pair convenes to work on a new album, the writing sessions get intense.
Kicking back in the mood-lit, mod-plush lobby of the Bowery Hotel in New York City’s East Village, Jamie Hince is still riding a wave of adrenaline from last night’s sold-out show across the river in Brooklyn. “Everyone came back up to the dressing room after the show, and it was my perfect little environment—all my friends there, and I’m just DJ’ing, and everyone was dancing.
Chefs and restaurateurs in particular are finding the city attractive -- there's a gold rush of talented operators setting up shop, eager to take advantage of relatively reasonable rents, a good economic climate and a welcoming public.
So far, born and bred Nashvillians have greeted the torrent of carpetbaggers from the North with open arms .
Speaking at a party co-hosted by An Other magazine at Annabel’s nightclub in Mayfair, Mosshart adds: “It wouldn’t seem appropriate.
I don’t really like that thing of doing something for no reason, with no idea behind it, to get a record with somebody’s name on.” His charitable foundation is paying for music scholarships at the alma mater of David Cameron, so that boys whose parents cannot afford the £32,000-per-year fees can take advantage of its facilities.
If any "guest" on our show should ever get a producer credit, it's Alison.
The whole room was packed and dancing to reggae, and it was so lovely. ” Alison Mosshart, sprawled a bit sleepily in the highback chair across from Hince, perks up at the mention of the genre-busting poet and singer, once dubbed “the angriest punk of the ’70s” by the local paper of record. “I met her on the stairs backstage and she was so …
Alison Nicole Mosshart (born November 23, 1978) is an American singer, songwriter, artist, and occasional model best known as the lead vocalist for the indie rock band The Kills and blues rock band The Dead Weather.
She had performed previously with Jack White and Jack Lawrence and The Raconteurs, prior to this band's formation. She co-wrote (with Dean Fertita) the band's first single "Hang You from the Heavens" which was released on March 11, 2009.
Mosshart also wrote So Far From Your Weapon and co-wrote eight of the original ten tracks on their debut album Horehound.