Jack White watches Queens Of The Stone Age return to live action at SXSW

Josh Homme and co play debut album in its entirety

Queens of the Stone Age, Verizon Wireless Theatre, Houston, Texas, September 17, 2007. Pic: Dean Chalkley
Queens Of The Stone Age performed their first US show in three years last night (March 16), at Austin's South By Southwest festival.

Josh Homme and co played the La Zona Rosa venue, closing out the first day of billed music at the Texas bash.

Queues stretched around the block for the packed show, which saw the band play their 1998 self-titled debut album in its entirety for the first time.

Jack White, who performed a brief surprise solo show earlier in the day in Austin, watched the set from the soundboard. His Dead Weather bandmate Dean Fertita played guitar and keyboard with Queens, his main band.

As well as songs from their debut album they played hits including 'Turning On The Screw', 'Little Sister' and 'Go With The Flow'.

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