Here’s Jack White covering Pearl Jam in Seattle

This was in response to Pearl Jam covering 'We Going To Be Friends'

This week saw Jack White perform in Seattle, where he paid tribute to hometown heroes Pearl Jam with a cover of their track ‘Daughter’.

White was performing at  WaMu Theater in the grunge icons’ native Seattle, where he responded to their recent cover of The White Stripes’ ‘We’re Going To Be Friends‘ with a rendition of the band’s 1993 single from the album ‘Vs’. Phones are banned from White’s shows so no footage is online, but some audio of his cover has since emerged. Check it out below.

This comes after White and Pearl Jam united for a cover of Neil Young’s ‘Rockin’ In The Free World‘ at this summer’s NOS Alive Festival.


Jack White’s setlist was:

Over and Over and Over
When I Hear My Name
Hotel Yorba
Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground
Respect Commander
Just One Drink
Love Interruption
Daughter (Pearl Jam cover)
I Cut Like a Buffalo
The Hardest Button to Button
I Fought Piranhas (with Olivia Jean)
Broken Boy Soldier
I’m Slowly Turning Into You
Steady, as She Goes
Freedom at 21
Missing Pieces
Connected by Love
Seven Nation Army

Meanwhile, Pearl Jam have made headlines today for a poster depicting President Donald Trump’s rotting corpse.

The poster, bassist Jeff Ament and artist Bobby Brown, shows Trump being slowly devoured by a bald eagle on the White House lawn as it burns down. It has since been attacked by politicians.