During a recent Tenacious D show in Nashville, Jack Black revealed that the band had teamed up with rock legend Jack White.
While there is no indication when the world will hear Jack Gray, get a glimpse of what to expect in the video below.
Like night turns to day, it seemed inevitable that Jacks Black and White would eventually collaborate on the music project of our dreams. In a new behind-the-scenes video inevitably titled "Jack Gray", Black and his Tenacious D bandmate Kyle Gass visit White's Third Man Records headquarters in Nashville, where they pose for photos, take a tour, and eventually record a new single with White's assistance. "Me and KG have been working on a jam".
At the end of the 17-minute-video, Jack Black and Kyle Gass head back into their auto, where they reveal they are headed to Jack Black's home studio to record their single. "Needs a bit of work, but I think that's where Jack White's gonna come in and help us pull it over the finish line".
According to reports in the Tennessean, Black told the crowd: "Jack White, we went over to his house today and recorded a brand new song".
"This is a legendary collab".
The band posted a photograph of the trio, with White holding up a Tenacious D t-shit. During the auto ride, Tenacious D not only belt out Michael Jackson's "Black Or White" but also White's arguably biggest hit with The White Stripes: "Seven Nation Army". I'm still floating, floating on Cloud 9.
In June, Jack and Jack met at Heathrow Airport in London and shared a picture of the coincidental meeting on Tenacious D's Instagram, writing: "We hired a new merch guy".