Jack White collaborates with BRIT Award nominee Seasick Steve

The blues artist reveals all at the BRITs nomination party

BRIT Award nominee Seasick Steve has revealed he is set to work with Jack White.

Speaking at the BRITS nomination party, the 67-year-old confirmed he was collaborating with The White Stripes mainman.

“I’m meeting up with Jack White to record soon, so things are going very well indeed,” he said.


Despite being nominated for Best International Male at the BRITS (the oldest ever nominee), Seasick Steve revealed that he hadn’t ever heard of the ceremony before being invited to the launch, reports The Daily Star.

Earlier this month, Adele confirmed that she had also collaborated with Jack White.

“We ended up doing some stuff in London,” she said. “He’s a good laugh and I’d like to do more.”


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