Twenty years into his career, Jack White continues to shake up the music world at will.
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Pearl Jam cover The White Stripes’ “We’re Going to Be Friends” at first Seattle concert in five years: Watch
Part of a massive 33-song set that also included a cover of The Beatles’ “Help” segueing into their own “Help Help”; a collaborative performance with Brandi Carlile; and rare live renditions of Neil Young’s “Throw Your Hatred Down” and the Yield classic “All Those Yesterdays”.
“We’re gonna do a little White Blood Cells for a little Detroit spirit,” proclaimed Alex Turner before leading his band into a faithful rendition of the song.
Jack White dedicates “Icky Thump” to Donald Trump: “You can’t be a president and a prostitute, too!”
He also repeatedly sang the phrase “Icky Trump” during his Governors Ball performance.
Margo Price and Jack White perform The White Stripes’ “Honey We Can’t Afford to Look This Cheap” in Nashville: Watch
During her three-night stint at the Ryman, Price was also joined onstage by Sturgill Simpson.
White’s mother, Teresa Gillis, joined her son to sing backing vocals and polka with him during his performance of The White Stripes’ “Hotel Yorba”.
Ben Blackwell, the archivist of White’s Third Man Records, details some of the most sought-after gems from the rocker’s discography.