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Jim White Invites Us to a 'Misfit's Jubilee'

"The Divided States of America" relates directly to the US Election Day. As Paul Simon would say, it's a modern desultory philippic about the state of the nation.

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Jim White - "Silver Threads" (audio) (premiere)

Jim White reminds us that healing is possible on his rocking new track "Silver Threads".

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Country Fried Rock: Jim White vs. Packway Handle Band

Beginning today, PopMatters will be running the weekly interview series, Country Fried Rock, which features in-depth interviews with Americana artists. This time up is the Southern Gothic master Jim White and his foray into bluegrass.

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Dirty Three: Toward the Low Sun

Pros' pros who've been sidemen to indie icons, the members of Dirty Three are at their best working together.

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Jim White: A Funny Little Cross to Bear

This isn't Jim White the songwriter. It's Jim White the performer, the storyteller, the quiet show stealer.

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Americana Music Festival & Conference 2008: Day 3

Words by Karen Zarker and Pictures by Sarah Zupko.

Sarah Zupko and Karen Zarker
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20 Questions: Jim White

Jim White is a traveler, a Renaissance man, and a candid musical chronicler of the South. He pauses from his busy, restless artistic life to answer PopMatters' 20 questions.

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If You Can't Build a Whole, Build a Mosaic: An Interview with Jim White

Jim White is changing the face of democracy, or at least taking the drunken poet approach to things. White talks to PopMatters about his new record, Transnormal Skiperoo.

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Jim White: Transnormal Skiperoo

White continues to prove himself as one of the most intriguing singer/songwriters in the biz.

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Richard Hawley, Jim White, Dirtbombs...

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Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus (2004)

Jim White acts as tour guide in this film addressing the 'Southern obsession with the dichotomy between the sacred and the profane.'

David Sanjek

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