Jack White will be making some noise with Amazon next week.
The Detroit-born musician -- who operates Third Man Records and Third Man Pressing in the city's Cass Corridor -- will release a new concert film, "Jack White: Kneeling at the Anthem D.C." -- on Sept. 21 exclusively via Amazon Prime Video. It will be accompanied by a six-song EP coming out the same day via Amazon Music.
The project was filmed May 30 at the Anthem in Washington D.C. during White's current Boarding House Reach Tour, promoting his third solo album. It was directed by Emmett Malloy, who also worked on the 2009 White Stripes documentary "Under Great White Northern Lights." In addition to performance footage the new film will follow White doing some sight-seeing around the nation's capitol as well as giving a surprise performance to local high school students.
Mallow will host a "Kneeling at the Anthem D.C." premiere on Aug. 18 in The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, sitting for a Q&A with the audience as well. White's "Boarding House Reach" album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in March, White's third consecutive No. 1 bow as a solo artist. It's also the top-selling vinyl release so far in 2018.
White's tour, which kicked off April 19 at Detroit's Little Caesars Arena, continues Saturday, Sept. 15, in Shreveport, La., with dates in the U.S., Europe and Canada booked through mid-November.