Jack White performs White Stripes song with Margo Price

Tickets for his UK tour go on sale tomorrow (May 25)

Jack White recently joined Margo Price to perform The White Stripes track ‘Honey We Can’t Afford To Look This Cheap’.

The pair teamed up for the one-off 2007 song at Price’s recent show at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

“Margo and I are gonna do a song I wrote on an airplane a few years ago,” White said, introducing the song. “It’s about songwriters living in Nashville. Maybe some of you could understand.” You can watch footage of the performance below.

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White also recently announced a series of new UK shows later this Autumn. Full dates and ticket details are below.

He will be following up his gigs at London’s Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith with shows at Birmingham, Liverpool, Brighton, Hull and Edinburgh.

Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday (May 25) and will be available here.

White will play:

Tue June 26 2018 – LONDON Eventim Apollo
Wed June 27 2018 – LONDON Eventim Apollo
Thu June 28 2018 – LONDON Eventim Apollo
Tue October 16 2018 – BRIGHTON Centre
Wed October 17 2018 – BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy Birmingham
Thu October 18 2018 – HULL Hull Venue
Sat October 20 2018 – LIVERPOOL Space by Echo Arena Liverpool
Sun October 21 2018 – EDINBURGH Usher Hall

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Earlier this year, the former White Stripes man banned mobile phones from his live gigs. He described the move as an “interesting art experiment”.

He added: “I really react to the crowd, just like a stand-up comedian would. If I finish a song and go, ‘Ta-da!’, and it’s crickets, I’m like, ‘Well, I don’t know what to do now.’ Am I supposed to play a heavier song, a faster song? Do you want me to play acoustic? Do you want me to leave? I’ll leave!’”

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