Big B-day The Raconteurs to play Third Man Records’ 10th anniversary show

The Raconteurs to play Third Man Records’ 10th anniversary show

Their performance will mark their first time playing together in eight years.

The Raconteurs have already confirmed they’ll play a whole heap of festivals this summer, and now they’ve announced plans to headline Third Man Records’ upcoming 10th anniversary show.

The band - who released a double A-side of tracks ‘Sunday Driver’ and ‘Now That You’re Gone’ back in December last year - will make their live return when they perform together properly (not including their brief appearance together in 2015) for the first time in eight years as part of the label’s event in Nashville next month.

Other acts set to play at the Third Man Records event include Lillie Mae, The Gories and The Dirtbombs, while Margo Price and The Kills’ Alison Mosshart are also set to DJ.

The Raconteurs are currently confirmed to play at this year’s Best Kept Secret, Heartland and All Points East festivals.

Get more info on the Third Man Records anniversary show - which takes place on 6th April - below.

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