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Jack White performs 'I'm Shakin'' on Conan O'Brien - watch

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Jack White appeared on Conan O'Brien's US chat show last night (December 10), performing 'I'm Shakin' on TV for the first time.

The song, which appears on White's debut solo album 'Blunderbuss', was performed with the help of his female backing band, The Peacocks. You can scroll down the page to see footage of the performance now.

Meanwhile, Jack White recently claimed that his former bandmate Meg White wasn't interested in The White Stripes together, revealing what life in the band was like for him. "In The White Stripes, it was impossible to share the good moments with Meg because she was very uninterested," he told Esquire. "If something nice happened, it wasn't like we would hug or have a drink. That wasn't what went on."

White has previously said, however, that he will "always" miss being in The White Stripes with Meg.

Scroll down the page now to see Jack White perform 'I'm Shakin' on Conan O'Brien.


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