In our Music Special, Esquire interviews Jack White, a misfit from Detroit who became the unlikely savior of rock 'n' roll. He opens up about going solo, mourning The White Stripes, and his uneasy relationship with fame. We've also got Mick Jagger and Keith Richards reflecting on fifty years as rock 'n' roll royalty, alongside a brilliant collection of early Stones photos by Terry O'Neill. Plus Alexis Petridis looks back at seminal acid house club Shoom, Mark Ellen recalls the glory years of music television, and world-conquering boy band The Wanted demonstrate how to wear novelty Christmas jumpers.
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