Jack White delivered two more performances on the extended edition of Later With Jools Holland on Friday (September 16).
White already played an acoustic version of ‘We’re Going To Be Friends’ on Tuesday’s instalment of the show.
On Friday’s show, White also performed acoustic renditions of The White Stripes‘ ‘Sugar Never Tasted So Good’ and his ‘Lazaretto’ track ‘Just One Drink’.
White also stuck around for a chat with host Jools Holland, where he discussed working with Beyonce on her album ‘Lemonade’. Watch below.
White’s appearance was in support of his career-spanning compilation album ‘Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016’.
Kings Of Leon also appeared on last week’s Jools. The new series of Later With Jools Holland is the show’s 49th and follows on from this year’s previous run of episodes in the spring, which featured performances from Iggy Pop, Tame Impala, The Last Shadow Puppets, Christine And The Queens, James Blake, Paul Simon and Field Music.
As well as being the 50th series, the next run of Later in 2017 will mark the show’s 25th anniversary.