with my free time. >> producer jack white, former white stripes front man and founder of third man records spent three years on the project. which includes 1600 tracks. >> jack, this is really an epic project. >> you can sit down on a sunday and -- and spend seven hours with this. you have only gotten through 5% of it. >> paramount records would unwittingly change the course of american music. started by the white owned wisconsin chair company which also made wooden cabinets for phonographs. paramount was created by spur sales. the label released artistsen all genres. but their biggest sellers were race records. blues would sell in the six figures. >> how did paramount get into race music. >> the producer there linked to african-american culture. >> williams, a brown university graduate scoured the south looking for talent. >> the first african-american music executive? >> i think so, he is really important. >> paramount artists would include charlie patton father of the delta blues. and advertised in african-american papers. >> they mythologize all the blues musicians which is beautiful.
. >>> jack white is nominated for multiple grammys on monday. not just for his music, but also for a project aimed at saving a piece of american music history. we will talk to him about it. >>> after decades and disrepair, this crown jewel of the theater york. we will take you inside its 95 million dollar renovation. >>> our top story. the coldest temperatures of the season are freezing parts of the east this weekend. >> in philadelphia, the cold made for a big mess when a water sprayed instantly turned to ice and streets became undrivable. some residents and businesses lost their water service while repairs were made. we may be seeing the return of the polar vortex from last winter. let's get the latest from meteorologist ed curran at our chicago station wbbm-tv. >> reporter: extremely cold weather out there this morning. we are taking a look at a pwindchill advise up you through the early morning hours here in the midwest. and looking at this, winter weather advisory for a little bit of snow. this snow and the cold moving to the east. and from
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