Dex Romweber: 7″ w/ Jack White
Again and again over the years, Jack White has preached the Dex gospel. “Dex Romweber was and is a huge influence on my music. I owned all of his records as a teenager,” Jack said. “[He is] one of the best kept secrets of the rock ‘n’ roll underground.” 20 years ago, Dex’s band, The Flat Duo Jets, were innovators, paving the way for contemporary guitar/drum duos like The Black Keys and The White Stripes.
The session was a long time coming. In an interview with Metromix, Sara Romweber (drummer, Dex Romweber Duo,) described the scene. “At one point, Dex was in the room with his guitar and Jack was behind the control board. Jack had the biggest smile on his face and he said, “You have no idea how long I’ve waited to hear that guitar tone in my studio.”
The session took place at White’s home studio in Nashville, TN. The record was produced by Jack White and engineered by Grammy Award winner Vance Powell (The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather).
Dex is just about to head out on the road with Bloodshot pals the Detroit Cobras. It’s an extensive and exciting tour spanning the whole U.S. Dex’s latest record, Ruins of Berlin, is just out this spring, and is still tearing up press and retail.
With all this excitement, there’s never been a better time to jump on the Dex Romweber Duo bandwagon. If you’re not familiar – get familiar.
Track listing for the 7″:
Last Kind Word Blues by Geeshie Wiley
Dex plays guitar, piano and sings the lead vocal
Jack White plays acoustic guitar, lead guitar and sings a harmony lead vocal
Sara Romweber plays drums
The Wind Did Move by Dex Romweber
Dex plays guitar, organ and sings the lead vocal
Jack White plays bass sings and plays the saw
Sara played drums and tambourine
Dex Romweber Duo tour dates are available here.