Rolling Stone tracked down an interview White gave BBC Radio 6 Music recently where the subject of Radiohead came up. White says he wasn't involved in the recording in any way, which happened before Johnson's death, and wouldn't give any specifics. "They came and recorded at Third Man," White said. "I don't know what else they want to be said about that, so that's all I probably can say!"
Radiohead's last full-length record was 2011's The King of Limbs, but there's no indication if this Nashville sojourn will lead to an album, just a single, or perhaps nothing. In the last year, Third Man has been home to artists as diverse as Insane Clown Posse and Stephen Colbert, which have helped up the studio's novelty factor. White recorded his Blunderbuss at Third Man, and Radiohead's visit definitely enhances the space's already-considerable prestige.
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