So in case you hadn't heard, one of Jack White's many endeavors is something called the "pop-up shop." This is when he takes his Third Man Records store on the road, and "pops up" a temporary shop in a city other than its native Nashville.
Apparently, Jack has leaked the news that he'll be setting up at Frank Restaurant and Grocery in Austin. Part of the fun is that there are special items available for purchase only at a particular pop-up. This especially includes rare culty finds like the reissue of Texas Funeral, an out-of-print album by '80s band Jon Wayne.
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