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DETROIT LEANING!

The White Stripes mainman joins an old pal onstage...

JACK WHITE made a surprise appearance in LONDON at the weekend.


The White Stripes frontman joined Detroit pal Brendan Benson at the London Camden Barfly on Friday (November 19).

Jack, along with bandmate Meg White, was in the UK for a friend’s wedding and together they went to see Brendan Benson, who was playing a headline show to round off a stint supporting Keane.



White moved closer towards the stage throughout the performance, and during the encore, climbed onto the stage and performed ‘Good To Me’, a Brendan Benson composition that the White Stripes covered on the B-side to 2003 single ‘Seven Nation Army’.


The supergroup then sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to a female audience member at an after-show party at the nearby Marathon Bar.


Brendan Benson releases a new album, ‘Alternative To Love’, in the spring.

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