A man and boy sit in an old house crowded with furniture, sunlight, and dust.
The man stomps his foot on the hard-wood floor. He’s wearing a white shirt, black jacket, and black derby hat.
The boy is wearing the identical outfit. A guitar rests on his tiny knee. Tiny fingers grip the strings. Tiny fingers pluck the strings.
The man is nodding, rocking as the boy plays.
The man is Jack White — of The White Stripes, The Ranconteurs, and Dead Weather fame.
The boy is his son.