Watch Jack White Reunite With The Raconteurs For The First Time In 3 Years
Written by Sam Murphy on 2nd February, 2015
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Jack White is gearing up for a mammoth show at Madison Square Garden in New York and to warm up he took to the stage at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena to play to a hometown crowd.
As reported by Consequence of Sound, after a set which included both The White Stripes and solo tracks, White returned to the stage with Brendan Benson and Jack Lawrence for an encore of Raconteurs songs Steady, As She Goes and Salute Your Solution. Drummer Patrick Keeler was the only member absent and was filled in for by White’s solo drummer, Daru Jones.
As if that wasn’t enough he was then joined by American country music legend Loretta Lynn before ending on his lonesome with Seven Nation Army. If this is only the warm up to Madison Square Garden, we can hardly imagine what tricks he’s going to pull in front of an audience of up to 18,000.
White is currently touring in support of his sophomore solo album, Lazaretto, which was released last year. He’s also lined-up to play a headline set at Coachella in April.
The Raconteurs last album was Consolers Of The Lonely which was released nearly seven years ago.
Check out the video of their reunion and see the whole setlist of the show below.
Watch The Raconteurs – Salute Your Solution (Live at Bridgestone Arena)
Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground (The White Stripes song)
High Ball Stepper
Hotel Yorba (The White Stripes song)
Cannon (The White Stripes song)
Would You Fight for My Love?
We’re Going to Be Friends (The White Stripes song)
Top Yourself (The Raconteurs song)
Salute Your Solution (The Raconteurs song) (with The Raconteurs)
Steady, As She Goes (The Raconteurs song) (with The Raconteurs)
Portland, Oregon (Loretta Lynn cover) (with Loretta Lynn)
Whispering Sea (Loretta Lynn cover) (with Loretta Lynn)
That Black Bat Licorice
Ball and Biscuit (The White Stripes song)
Stones in My Passway (Robert Johnson cover)
I’m Slowly Turning Into You (The White Stripes song)
Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes song)