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Jack White’s Greatest Collaborations

From the White Stripes and the Dead Weather to Conan O’Brien, Loretta Lynn, Jimmy Page and more

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Jack White is one of the busiest men in music. In addition to releasing music on his own and with an assortment of bands, White is a record producer, a label owner and an occasional actor and director. He doesn't do it all on his own, though. White has built his career on collaboration, either with long-term partners – like his bandmates in the White Stripes, the Raconteurs and the Dead Weather – or in one-off projects with a diverse range of stars. Click through for a primer on White's most memorable collaborations.

By Matthew Perpetua

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Ashley Monroe and Ricky Scaggs

The Raconteurs put a country spin on their single "Old Enough" with bluegrass musicians Ashley Monroe and Ricky Scaggs back in 2008. White produced the alternate version, in which he and Scaggs trade off verses with Monroe and Brendan Benson.