Third Man Records Cass Corridor
The only vinyl manufacturing facility in Michigan. Watch them press some sweet new tunes and pick up some awesome swag and music while you're there. A cool shop to simply walk through if you're in the area. Owned by Jack White of the White Stripes and Detroit fame.
Jack White of the White Stripes owns this Vinyl Record Manufacturing Retail Outlet--one of the only few vinyl record production facilities in the world! Old School...
Check out the vinyl pressing plant in the back of the store and don't forget to buy yourself a Jack White t-shirt.
Jack White's record companies showroom in Midtown. Very eclectic space with fun merchandise and memorabilia of Detroit's music history.
Detroit’s foremost alternative musical export of the past 15 years may have moved to Nashville, but Jack White’s label Third Man Records was founded in Detroit. And one of only two physical stores sits off the Cass Corridor. Alongside the record store, there is a performance space, novelties lounge,…
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