Jack White and Third Man Records to appear on the History Channel

The former White Stripes man will feature in 'American Pickers'

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Jack White and the studio for his label Third Man Records are set to appear on the History Channel in North America next week.

The White Stripes' former frontman will appear on a show called American Pickers, which sees two men - Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz – travel across the United States and "scour the country's junkyards, basements and barns for hidden gems". For more information on the show visit: history.com/shows/american-pickers

In the episode Wolfe and Fritz visit White's studio and label base in Nashville to barter with the star over memorabilia, including the photo booth used in the video for 'Hang You From The Heavens' by The Dead Weather, reports Pitchfork.

American Pickers will be broadcast at 9pm (EST) on January 9.

Since leaving The White Stripes, White has collaborated with rappers the Insane Clown Posse and released a remix album featuring Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme, Beck, and Mark Lanegan on Third Man Records.

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