Jack White and TV host Conan O'Brien play free show to 300 people – video

The pair perform covers of The White Stripes, Elvis Presley and Radiohead at Third Man Records in Nashville

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The White Stripes' Jack White and US TV host Conan O'Brien played an intimate free show last night (June 10) in Nashville, Tennessee.

Despite over 1,000 people queuing up for entry, just 300 saw the show, which took place at White's Third Man Records HQ.

The pair performed songs including The White Stripes' 'Seven Nation Army', Elvis Presley's 'Blue Moon' and Radiohead's 'Creep'.

"Thanks for waiting out in the sun so long and welcome to my house," White said at the start of the show, before introducing O'Brien as "a giant friend of mine" and "a rockabilly legend in the making".

As the Associated Press reports, the gig was recorded and will be released on vinyl.

To see video footage of the start of the gig scroll down.



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