Well this will probably shut everyone up about that guac incident (still kinda funny though).
This past Saturday night, Jack White, the future Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee, set the main stage of Coachella ablaze with a career-spanning set that included classics from the White Stripes, The Raconteurs, his solo catalog, and even a cover of Otis Redding’s “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long”. Everything about his performance was perfectly detailed from the crisp suit he was wearing to the giant LEDs that had black-and-white filters to make the show like it was being broadcast in the ’50s.
One of the more meaningful moments of the set occurred in the middle of “Seven Nation Army”, when White shouted out Tyler, The Creator, FKA Twigs, Run The Jewels, and St. Vincent, and then reminded everyone that music is sacred. He repeated that final point several times and then launched one last time into the riff of his most famous track. It was one of the best rock concerts I have ever seen and now you can watch it for yourself. Also, be sure to check out our Coachella photo galleries and recaps from this past weekend. Below you’ll find Jack White’s setlist in full.
“High Ball Stepper”
“Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground”
“Just One Drink”
“We’re Going to Be Friends”
“I’ve Been Loving You Too Long”
“Weep Themselves to Sleep”
“Steady, As She Goes”
“I’m Slowly Turning Into You”
“Ball and Biscuit”
“That Black Bat Licorice”
“Would You Fight for My Love?”
“Seven Nation Army”