Jack White Will Never Form A New Band

02/23/2011 01:29 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Jack White is one of music's busiest men. The dissolution of his long-running band The White Stripes notwithstanding, Jack White has had his hand in many musical projects including his songwriting collaboration with Brendan Benson, The Raconteurs, and drumming in the Allison Mosshart-fronted outfit Dead Weather. White also runs Third Man Records where he tirelessly invents new musical contraptions and produces records for Wanda Jackson and Loretta Lynn.

"I won't join another band again," White told Q magazine (via DIY). "Three's enough for one lifetime. If I can't say it in any of these bands, then I'll say it by myself." Since Jack White never seems to come up short of things to say, this means we'll most likely see a surfeit of Jack White solo albums in the future.

Recently White has collaborated with Jay-Z on a track (though news of its release has yet to be revealed) and appeared on Danger Mouse's new spaghetti western project, Rome.