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"We want to send it out all the time," White told Pitchfork. "We want to send it to Bonnaroo, to car shows, state fairs, to Coachella. We just want to send it everywhere. I went to a couple of hot rod car shows with my son a couple months ago, and it was like, if you had a truck here selling records, if I were here, I'd go up and check it out.
"There's a club across the street in Nashville called the Cannery," White explained. "And I though we could use them as a partner, drive up and sell records to the people waiting in line and play music."
White also shed some light on his well publicized but still unreleased studio collaborations with Jay-Z and Bob Dylan. He isn't sure they'll see the light of day.
"There's a lot of projects like that that have come through," he adds. "And a lot of artists do that. You'll go to someone's studio and you'll see on the wall a lot of projects that they've worked on with people that nobody knows about, and it's like, 'Wow... if people knew about that...' If it's not meant to be, it's just not meant to be. I hope they will [come out]."