Fresh from sharing the stage with Jay Z at the Tidal launch, Jack White played a career-spanning set on during a headline slot at Coachella on Saturday evening.
White’s performance comprised of tracks from his recent album ‘Lazaretto’, as well as tracks from The White Stripes and Raconteurs back catalogue. White also included a cover of Otis Redding’s ‘I’ve Been Loving You Too Long’ and ‘Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Testify’, served as an intro to set-closer ‘Seven Nation Army’.
Prior to taking to the stage in Indio, Third Man Records tweeted that White’s set would be dedicated to the Transgender Community. White played:
High Ball Stepper
Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground
Just One Drink
We’re Going to Be Friends
I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (Otis Redding cover)
Weep Themselves to Sleep
Steady, As She Goes
I’m Slowly Turning Into You
Ball and Biscuit
That Black Bat Licorice
Would You Fight for My Love?
Seven Nation Army (Rage Against the Machine’s Testify Intro)
Watch footage of Jack White set at Coachella below via the festival’s YouTube page.
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