Watch Jack White perform White Stripes song live with Margo Price

White also plays Raconteurs track for Minnesota Public Radio's 'A Prairie Home Companion'

Jack White appeared as a live guest on Minnesota Public Radio’s A Prairie Home Companion this weekend, performing an acoustic set where he was joined by singer-songwriter Margo Price.

White recently released ‘Acoustic Recordings’, a collection that featured unreleased and alternative mixes from The White Stripes and The Raconteurs, as well as White’s solo music.

On A Prairie Home Companion, White performed White Stripes’ ‘Get Behind Me Satan’ closer ‘I’m Lonely (But I Ain’t That Lonely Yet)’ with Third Man Records star Price, as well as playing previously unreleased White Stripes song ‘City Lights’ and the Raconteurs’ ‘Carolina Drama’.


Watch footage beneath.

White’s Third Man Records label recently published a colouring book. The book features the fictional record company ‘Mann’s Top Tunes’ and explores ‘how a vinyl record is made’.

White has also released a series of White Stripes t-shirts entitled ‘Icky Trump’ a pun on the band’s 2007 album and a protest at Donald Trump using their song ‘Seven Nation Army’ in a promotional video.

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