Jack Black and Kyle Gasses nicknames are Jables and Kage, respectively.
City Hall, a song on the first Tenacious D album, is considered by fans a, "Rock Opera".
Tenacious D commonly use Bourrée in E minor in their songs. It was featured as an interlude in 'Rock your socks' and was the first part of 'Classico', but have different lyrics- Rock Your Socks starts with 'That is bach, and it rocks'. However, the Classico song starts with 'Can't you see he's the man?'.
The role of Sasquatch was played by John C. Reilly in Death of a Dream on the Tenacious D TV series.
Kyle Gass described his relationship / friendship with Jack Black as being "pretty organic".
Kyle Gass taught Jack Black to play guitar in exchange for Jack to help Kyle with his acting.
When Kyle and Jack first met, they were both part of "The Actors' Gang".
Tenacious D's music design genre has been argued as 'Mock Rock'.
At first, Jack didn't like Kyle very much. They grew onto eachother soon enough.
Kyle Gass has played the sax before, unfortunately, never to be used on any Tenacious D song.
Tenacious D's personal favorite own song is Tribute.
Kyle Gass' favorite chord is a G chord.
Dave Grohl, the drummer for Tenacious D, plays the Devil on the Tenacious D single, Tribute. Not the voice, but the person on the music video.
According to Jack Black, the "D" in "Tenacious D" stands for "Defense".
Jason Reed plays 'Lee', Tenacious D's biggest fan on the original TV series.
Tenacious D have appeared in a 12 hour Christmas compilation.
Tenacious D play the Sax-o-boom, a Children's toy, or so it seems.
Kyle Gass' alter ego is Klip Calhoun.
Kyle Gass is the Godfather of Jack's son.
Kyle Gass claims that Jack Black is one of his best friends.
Kyle Gass lists his influences as being Tom Waits, Tony Hawk and Tony Robbins.
Kyle Gass describes their influences as being derived from "big dinosaurs of rock".
More of Jack Black's influences include Dio and Black Sabbath.
When interviewed, Jack Black stated one of his influences was ABBA's "Take a chance on me".
A new DVD music video is expected for Tenacious D- containing the last two albums, the full series of Tenacious D's television series (6 episodes) and possibly some other skits and other music videos.
The Tenacious D Movie was delayed almost a year, as of Jack being casted in the King Kong remake by Peter Jackson.
Jack has appeared in music videos other than Tenacious D's, like Dio's and Beck's.
Jack is known as the first half of 'Tenacious D'.
Tenacious D support Cannabis Legalization.
Jack Black and Kyle Gass first met in 1984, when Kyle was 24 and Jack was 16.
When Kyle Gass and Jack Black were in the actors gang, they both featured in productions like Tim Robbin's "Carnage".
Tenacious D were initially calling theirselves "The Axe Lords".
Tenacious D had their first gig in 1994 in Downtown Los Angeles.
Jack Black's nickname, "Jables", was given to him by his bandmate Kyle Gass.
Kyle Gass was first seen on TV on a 7-Up commercial.
At age 8, Kyle Gass began to play his first instrument, the flute.
Ben Stiller and Dave Grohl appear in their video for Tribute. Ben appears as a passerby in the mall and Dave appears as the Devil.
The duo's new feature-length movie The Pick of Destiny stars Meat Loaf as Jack's dad.
The band's debut album, 'Tenacious D', featured Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters on drums, Page McConnell from Phish on keyboards, Warren Fitzgerald from the Vandals on guitar and Steve McDonald on bass.
- Tribute (2002)
- Wonderboy (2002)
- Pick Of Destiny (2006)
Jack and Kyle perform their song ''Friendship'' on an episode of the TV show ''Crank Yankers''.
- (2001) Tenacious D ( self titled)
- (2006) The Pick of Destiny
Jack Black and Kyle Gass met at UCLA and were members of Tim Robbins' acting troupe.
Jack Black:(On his parents depiction of their strong Christian values) No, I was actually raised a Jew. I went to Hebrew school and got Bar Mitzvahed, so that was a lie.
Jack Black: You must never underestimate the power of the eyebrow.
Jack Black: I went to this guy's website, John Kricfalusi... I think his name is, the guy who did Ren & Stimpy. I thought Ren & Stimpy was brilliant and Kyle agreed, so we asked him if he would do a cartoon video for Fuck Her Gently. He said 'of course he would' because he loves our work. And then it was just $40,000 and then it was done
Jack Black: I wouldn't wanna be bigger than Satan. He might get jealous and turn us into toads. World domination has always been the key, our goal.
Kyle Gass: Will Scotland ever regain its independence?
Jack Black: Why was Paranoid Android a cartoon?
Jack Black: If Beethoven and Bach hooked up with Mozart and made a band, they could be a distant runner up to The D.
Jack Black: I draw my inspiriation from deep within the mind of the superfreak.
Jack Black: I went to this one wedding that was an Orthodox Jewish wedding that was the most excruciating. But then, someone gave a toast afterwards and he basically gave a brief history of the toast itself. That was kind of interesting. I can't remember it at all. But it was interesting.
Jack: We are Tenacious D; greatest band on Earth.