On Episode 289 of WTF, posted yesterday, Maron speaks with Jack White at White's Third Man Records here in Nashville. The episode begins with Maron driving up from Murfreesboro — he presumably stayed there on account of his recent Bonnaroo appearance — listening to Son House in preparation for his talk with White. In the interview itself, the two chat about Bonnaroo's Comedy Theatre, the reverence due a rock club as opposed to a rock festival — I generally agree, but it's a pretty sweeping generalization — Robert Johnson and the scariness of the blues, vague acknowledgment that White and Radiohead probably recently collaborated, The Gories and the whole Detroit rock scene, White's family, religion, guilt, performing (and the lack of "fun" therein), moving to Nashville, White's kids, George Jones, Jerry Lee Lewis, why Third Man Records was born, The Who, White's whole number-color thing, this especially funny Mitchell and Webb skit, sampling and more.
Anyway, here's the direct MP3 link. And if you want to see the tables being turned on Maron interview-wise, here's Scene managing editor Jack Silverman's recent Q&A with him. Maron will be back in Nashville July 20 and 21 to once again play Zanies.