Jack White plays plays surprise show in Nashville record shop

White Stripes man plays in his own Third Man store

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Jack White played a surprise show last night (February 4) at his new Third Man music venue in Nashville.

The show was in support of Dex Romweber Duo - whose new material he recently produced.

The White Stripes man treated the 250-strong crowd to an impromptu solo rendition of one of the pair's songs before they played their full set.

"Thank you for coming to my house," White said, before playing the song on his Gretch acoustic guitar. He then retired to behind the mixing desk to watch the show.

Later White loaned the pair his guitar after they broke some strings during the show.

Fans could buy vinyl recordings of the gig – which were pressed up in a room next to the venue as the show ended. White has announced that all the venue's gigs will be available as live albums in the same manner.

See Thirdmanrecords.com for more information.

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