Exclusive Jack White content coming to Amazon Prime Video and Music in September

September is about to get more content to Amazon Prime Video and Music and it’s going to be entirely exclusive. Look out for Jack White’s documentary and music heading your way.

Apple Music, Spotify, and other music streaming services tend to get exclusive content, but that isn’t often the case for Amazon Music. Well, it’s about to make a change this month as both Amazon Music and Amazon Prime Video get their hands on Jack White content exclusively.

Both will drop on Sept. 21. On Amazon Prime Video, there will be the Prime Original documentary, focusing on his concert at Washington D.C.’s The Anthem. This was part of the Boarding House Reach tour. The documentary will also feature some of White’s time in the capital.

Meanwhile, Amazon Music will get the new EP release, which features six recordings live from the convert. Also look out for the four tracks from The White Stripes’ “Icky Thump” album and White’s “Blunderbuss” album.

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The documentary, titled Jack White: Kneeling at the Anthem DC, was directed by Emmett Malloy, who has worked with White and the band before. Malloy directed the 2009 Under the Great White Northern Lights documentary.

As well as footage from the concert, there will also be previously unseen footage from both the concert and the tour. Look out for the surprise performance Jack White did at Woodrow Wilson High School.

This is an exciting addition to Amazon. While the documentary will be available worldwide, the EP will be available wherever Amazon Music is available with an Amazon Prime Membership.

Check out the full trailer for the documentary below.

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What do you think of the Jack White: Kneeling at the Anthem DC documentary? Will you check out the track when it’s released? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Jack White: Kneeling at the Anthem DC and the EP will drop on Sept. 21 on Amazon Prime Video and Music.

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