Pop star Olivia Rodrigo lately paid a go to to Jack White and his Nashville outpost of Third Man Records.

The couple shared pictures and a video of the encounter, displaying mutual respect. White, the previous White Stripes bandleader and solo artist, stated the “very cool” Rodrigo launched Gen Z to vinyl.

Rodrigo, a self-confessed white “fangirl,” praised the rocker and stated he was a musical hero to her.

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“Today I had the opportunity to meet a talented singer and musician,” White captioned two pictures and a brief clip of the couple’s reunion on Third Man. “She’s very cool, very real, and a huge music lover. She also introduces another youth group to the love of records. Respect.”

In her put up in the identical media, Rodrigo stated: “I met my hero of heroes today. I’m still crying Thanks [Jack White] for being so nice to your biggest fangirl. Everyone go listen to the Fear of Dawn!!!!!”

Fear of the Dawn is White’s fourth solo album, launched final month. Another white assortment, Entering Heaven Alive, will likely be launched in July. Rodrigo’s debut LP, final 12 months’s SOUR – which incorporates the Paramore-inspired hit “Good 4 U” – is obtainable on each black and clear 12″ vinyl.

The record – or phonograph or gramophone – is White’s clearly preferred physical audio medium of music. In 2017 he added Third Man Pressing, his own vinyl pressing facility, to Third Man Detroit. (The singer and guitarist founded Third Man Records in 2001 and first released records on the imprint in 2009.)

Music on vinyl continues to enjoy a resurgence that has been confirmed in 2020. This is the first year since the 1980s that vinyl has outsold CDs. In 2021, vinyl had its biggest U.S. sales week since 1991. One manufacturer recently introduced some sort of vinyl-CD hybrid.

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