The last time he played the Tonight’s the Night track was way back in 1977.
The song was the band’s first single to crack Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart.
A rare non-festival appearance by the electronic artist.
The show took place March 5th, 1983, at The Stone in San Francisco.
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The acoustic performance was a true rarity, as records show the band hadn’t played the song since 1986.
Jack White’s rarest recording, a cover of Blondie’s “One Way or Another”, has been unearthed: Stream
Taken from a 1997 cassette tape recorded by teen trio 400 Pounds of Punk.
Hope Sandoval and co. are set to play Tropicalia, a two-day music and taco festival taking place in Long Beach, California this November.
The band kicked off their second encore in Columbus, OH with a rare performance of the Hail to the Thief track.
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“Listen Up”, in particular, hadn’t been played live since 1996.
Part of this year’s Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion, the party goes down Thursday, March 15th at Austin’s Historic Scoot Inn.
It capped off a set that also included cuts from this year’s Sleep Well Beast.
Including the first public performance of “Sweet Sweet” in 23 years, plus “Daydream”, “Vanilla”, “Snail”, and “Smiley”.