Watch: Watch Jack White reunite The Raconteurs onstage in Nashville

Watch Jack White reunite The Raconteurs onstage in Nashville

Fan footage from the gig shows White play with the band and Loretta Lynn.

Earlier this week, Jack White played at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, during which he invited some special guests on stage. As part of the (rather lengthy) encore for his set, White invited The Raconteurs on stage to play two tracks before performing alongside friends and past collaborator, Loretta Lynn.

Fan footage from the show sees The Raconteurs performing ‘Steady As She Goes and ‘Salute Your Solution’, before White and Lynn duett for her tracks ‘Portland, Oregon’ and ‘Whispering Sea’. Loretta Lynn had earlier opened the show alongside William Tyler, both of whom have provided turns as opening acts throughout White’s ‘Lazaretto’ tour. 

White’s performance alongside Brendan Benson and Jack Lawrence as The Raconteurs (drummer Patrick Keeler was absent, with Daru Jones filling in) also marks their first in over three years.

Watch footage from White’s Nashville homecoming concert and check out Jack White’s setlist below.

Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground
High Ball Stepper
Lazaretto
Temporary Ground
Hotel Yorba
Cannon
Would You Fight for My Love?
Three Women
We’re Going to Be Friends
Blunderbuss
Top Yourself

Encore:
Salute Your Solution (with The Raconteurs)
Steady, As She Goes (with The Raconteurs)
Portland, Oregon (with Loretta Lynn)
Whispering Sea (with Loretta Lynn)
That Black Bat Liquorice
Sixteen Saltines
Ball and Biscuit
Stones in My Passway
Love Interruption
I’m Slowly Turning Into You
Seven Nation Army

More like this

Readers’ Poll 2019

Readers’ Poll 2019

Have your say! Let us in on what made your musical 2k19 tick in our annual readers’ poll.

Cowboy About Town: Mac DeMarco

Cowboy About Town: Mac DeMarco

Ahead of his biggest gig at London’s Alexandra Palace, Mac DeMarco reflects on early tour life and taking ‘Here Comes The Cowboy’ on the road.

50/1 Faves: Do Nothing

50/1 Faves: Do Nothing

Ahead of their headline slot on our stage for The Great Escape’s First Fifty, we catch up with the post-punk newcomers.