During times that legendary musicians aren’t stopping by Third Man Records to record things in every way besides typical, Jack White does indeed fancy himself a live musician. Besides a handful of Festival dates, the pale faced guitar beast has scheduled a bakers dozen of dates across North America, kicking off in Tulsa on May 29th. Fox Theater in St. Louis AND Detroit are happening, as well as two nights in Chicago before the tour “closer” at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto (before Osheaga festival in Montreal). Kelley Stoltz and Benjamin Booker will serve as openers the shows where listed below.
Jack White North America 2014 Tour Dates:
04/19 – Nashville, TN // Third Man Records
05/29 – Tulsa, OK // Cain’s Ballroom %
05/30 – Lubbock, TX // Wild West %
05/31-06/01 – Houston, TX // Free Press Summer Festival
06/02 – Shreveport, LA // Municipal Auditorium %
06/03 – New Orleans, LA // Saenger Theatre %
06/05 – Charlotte, NC // The Fillmore Charlotte %
06/07 – New York, NY // Governors Ball Music Festival
06/12-15 – Manchester, TN // Bonaroo Music and Arts Festival
07/19 – Louisville, KY // Forecastle Festival
07/20 – St. Louis, MO // Fox Theatre #
07/21 – Milwaukee, WI // Eagles Ballroom #
07/23 – Chicago, IL // Chicago Theatre #
07/24 – Chicago, IL // Auditorium Theatre #
07/27 – Pittsburgh, PA // Stage AE Outdoors #
07/28 – Detroit, MI // Fox Theatre #
07/30 – Detroit, MI // Masonic Temple Theatre #
07/31 – Toronto, ON // Air Canada Centre #
08/01-03 – Montreal, QC // Osheaga Music & Arts Festival
Randall’s Island in New York City rocks it with the Governors Ball annually. This year is no different. Outkast, Jack White, Vampire Weekend and The Strokes top the first tier of acts. Festival staples in 2014 Childish Gambino, Sleigh Bells. Chance The Rapper, The Naked And Famous and Foster The People can be seen along the likes of TV On The Radio, Skrillex, Interpol, Phoenix, Disclosure, Diarrhea Planet, Kurt Vile, Damon Albarn, Neko Case, along with the rap duo Run The Jewels (Big Mike/El-P).
It all goes down June 6th-8th in the greatest city in the world. Grab tickets when they’re on sale at www.GovBall.Com.
Blunderbuss stormed through many 2012 year end Top Albums lists. It seems the theme of 2012 was Jack White being anywhere and everywhere. That trend isn’t coming to a hault here in the first week 2013 with the video of his performance on Austin City Limits on PBS hitting the interwebs. The set list is as follows:
Freedom at 21>Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground>Missing Pieces>Cannon/John the Revelator>You Know That I Know>Blunderbuss>Love Interruption>Hypocritical Kiss>Screwdriver/Blue Blood Blues>I’m Slowly Turning Into You>Top Yourself >We’re Going to Be Friends
So check out who was on Conan last night, none other than Jack White. With his female backing band (I heard he’s got two backing bands one is boys, one is girls) the pale skinned superstar performed “I’m Shakin'” from his debut solo effort Blunderbuss . Check out the video of that performance below, courtesy of Team Coco
Jack White, Guns N Roses, The Flaming Lips & More For 2012 Bridge School Benefit
So Neil Young‘s annual Bridge School Benefit(Oct. 20-21 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View) has announced it’s lineup via a Youtube video. Performing will be of course Neil Young & Crazy Horse along with Jack White, The Flaming Lips, Steve Martin and the Sleep Canyon Rangers, Gary Clark Jr., Sarah Mclachlin, Foster The People, k.d. Lang and, oh yeah, the band currently touring under the moniker of Guns N Roses????
That’s right folks, Axl Rose and Co. are one of the bands that pop up in the video revealing the lineup. All of the terms in the dictionary that describe charitable givings, caring for other people, being a decent person-none of these qualities describe Axl Rose. So how the hell this all came about is beyond any of us here at Concert Confessions (except Reverend Justito) . It just doesn’t make sense. Anyway, check out the video below, and if it’s bogus then the world is more terrible than I thought it was.
Update 09/11/12: Ray LaMontagne has been added to the lineup.
Virgin Mobile’s 2012 “FreeFest”: Jack White and Skrillex to Headline
You know the more cool shows and stuff that get’s announced out of Maryland and Delaware, the more I think it wouldn’t be so bad to head down there from time to time-even if it’s a 5+ hour drive from New York City.
This festival contains two main stages and we’ve got the full list of acts below. Now let’s talk about the title of “Freefest” :
-Free tickets to the festival will be available to the public on August 24th at 12PM (Noon) over at Ticketfly.
-Freefest has a limited amount of “Freemium Packages ,” that can get you admission into the festival but require a ‘charitable donation’ to Virgin Mobile USA’s Youth Homelessness Initiatives,. With that you get a FreeFest T-shirt, a souvenir cup (a cup that includes free fountain drinks for the duration of the festival) as well as early admission to the grounds. You can grab some Freemium tickets at Ticketfly or the box offices at the 9:30 Club as well as the Merriweather Post Pavilion.
So the only question left, is who’s driving this writer??
The subject pretty much says it all on this one. A few hours before performing a sold out show at Red Rocks yesterday, Jack White and the boys played a surprise show at a Denver gas station. He even covered Dick Dale! Don’t believe us? Watch fan filmed footage of the gig down below.
On tonight’s edition of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert announced to the world the return of his long running, one year old, week long celebration of music, the Colbchella concert series. For last years StePhest Colbchella ‘011: Rock You Like a Thirst-IcanePresented by Dr. Pepper, we were given performances by Bon Iver, Florence and the Machine and Talib Kweli with Yasiin Bey (A.K.A. Mos Def) in addition to an in depth interview with Jack White and other surprises such as Colbert debuting the follow-up to his ‘smash hit’ “Charlene (I’m Right Behind You)”, titled “Charlene II (I’m Over You)” featuring Third Man Records artist The Black Belles as his backing band.
Performances for the 2012 edition, dubbed STEPHEST COLBCHELLA ‘012: ROCKTAUGUSTFEST, include:
Filming will take place Friday August 10th at 7pm aboard the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York and will be shown the week of August 13 on Comedy Central. You can get all the details and info on how to obtain your free tickets at www.colbertnation.com
Watch Highlights From The Inaugural Firefly Music Festival
Sadly we were unable to make it out to Delaware for the Inaugural Firefly Music Festival. However that won’t prevent us from sharing highlights from some of our favorite artists including The Flaming Lips, Cake, Modest Mouse and GROUPLOVE. Check them out down below.
John Legend Covers Bob Marley:
A Double Shot of Jack White:
The Killers Rocking On Saturday Night:
Two Solid Jams From Modest Mouse:
Silversun Pickups Take Us Back To 2007:
GROUPLOVE Plays The Hits:
The Fabulous Flaming Lips:
It’s Not A Party Without Cake:
Finally, The Biggest Band In America Today – The Black Keys:
Fingers crossed we can send our pal Jay Porks to Firefly in 2012.
You could use a ton of clichés to describe our pal Phishbeard. Let’s just say homeboy marches to the beat of his own drum. A nomad, a free spirit, someone who shoots first and asks questions later. Homeboy spent Memorial Day weekend at the Gorge enjoying the 2012 Sasquatch Music Festival. He took no less than 1200 photos. Here are the best ones. We hope you enjoy.
Reverend Justito saw Jack White last week and it was pretty damn incredible. Mr. White has slowly been adding dates into the summer months (including another west coast run based around his appearance at the 2012 Outside Lands Music Festival) and here is where you can catch him in all of his glory.
Jack White Summer 2012 US Tour Dates:
08/05/12 – Lollapalloza/Chicago, IL
08/06/12 – Omaha Music Hall/Omaha, NE
08/08/12 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre/Morrison, CO (Sold Out)
08/10/12 – Shrine Auditorium/Los Angeles, CA
08/11/12 or 08/12/12 – Outside Lands Music Festival/San Francisco, CA
8/14/12 – WaMu Theatre/Seattle, WA
08/15/12 – Rose Quarter Theater of the Clouds/Portland, OR
There I was last night standing in the beer section of the Whole Foods where they shot that viral hit about it getting real in the parking lot when my phone honked with a new text message. The message simply said “Wanna go see Jack White in like an hour?” Should Whole Foods rename their store Whole Paycheck – Fuck yeah I want to see Jack White in an hour. I quickly finished my shopping and after a brief yet triumphant stop at home I was speeding down interstate 10 en route to The Wiltern for a Jack White miracle thanks to Mr. Johnny Firecloud of Antiquiet fame.
We made it to the venue a few moments before Mr. White was set to take the stage. It was hard to miss the signage that made it clear cameras were not welcome and anyone violating this policy would be kicked out. With one of the signs sharing that photos would be available on Mr. White’s official website I decided on this particular evening I would respect his wishes and leave my camera in the car.
The night kicked off with the White Stripes favorite Dead Leaves on the Dirty Ground. As you probably know by now, Mr. White is playing multiple nights in numerous markets with two bands. One is made up of men; the other is made up of women. For the second sold out show at the Art Deco theatre it was ladies nights in Koreatown.
For 90 minutes, Mr. White lead his six piece backing band through a set that weaved classic material from the White Stripes, the Raconteurs and the Dead Weather with new songs from his recently released solo record Blunderbuss. For someone who has appreciated Mr. White from a distance for years but never seen him live in any capacity, I got a bit of everything and it was a great way to cross him off the bucket list.
For me the highlight was not so much what Mr. White played as much as the energy of what was going on in front of my eyes. Walk a mile in my shoes these days and you can’t help but be overwhelmed by the strength and beauty of women. Watching Mr. White lead his ladies through songs the likes of Freedom at 21, Hotel Yorba and Blue Blood Blues was not just another rock show as much as it was inspiration for the next chapter in this crazy journey called life.
After a rocking main set that also included beloved favorites like Love Interruption and Ball and Biscuit, the night closed with a massive encore that included seven songs. Amongst the songs included in the encore were Mr. White’s biggest hits – Seven Nation Army and Steady As She Goes. For the latter, Mr. White had no problem getting the often jaded Los Angeles crowd to sing and clap along. Yet it was the final number of the night that served as the much needed exclamation point to what was a truly amazing night. With my own daughter’s birth less than six weeks away (unless she is a typical Los Angeleno and fashionably late) this was the final show for bassist Byrn Davies before she delivers her own child. Mr. White and band mates said goodbye with an emotionally charged cover of the Huddie “Lead Belly” Ledbetter classic Goodnight, Irene.
On a night where I got in on a miracle; if this is the last confession before I experience the biggest miracle of all then let’s just say I can’t think of a better performance to close this chapter of my life.
But we here at Concert Confessions don’t just give you the highlights, we give you the whole enchilada. So below, you can view the endless list of acts that will be taking the stage in Austin at Zilker Park October 12-14. Check out the festival’s website here, for on sale dates and prices and all that jibber jabber.
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Neil Young and Crazy Horse
The Black Keys
Jack White(I hear some folks are into this guy)
Florence + The Machine
The Avett Brothers
Iggy & The Stooges
Gotye (is it pronounced ‘Goat-Tee’ or ‘Got-Ya”???)
The Civil Wars
Tegan and Sara
Two Door Cinema Club
The Afghan Whigs
Gary Clark Jr.
Band of Skulls
Randy Rogers Band
Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra
The War On Drugs
Bombay Bicycle Club
Trampled by Turtles
The Devil Makes Three
Asleep at the Wheel
First Aid Kit
Lee Fields & The Expressions
Father John Misty
Dry the River
The Boxer Rebellion
Soul Rebels Brass Band
Thundercat(Really!! There’s a band named Thundercat?! That’s awesome!)
I know you and I go way back (hope all is well!) and it has been a long time since we have talked, but there is just something extremely exciting that has built inside of me about what is going to happen this weekend at THE GORGE for the 2012 version of the Sasquatch! Festival that I must tell you about. Last years Festival set the stage for a year of great memories and the need to “go back every year no matter what”. We’ll see if that every year thing happens, but the terrible trio of thenaturalstoner, Phishbeard and Mr. Sparklymade it at least one more year and are ready to dominate every single thing about the next several days. I feel like last years performances by Chromeo, Modest Mouse, Foo Fighters, Sleigh Bells, Major Lazer and more have planted a seed at the Gorge that is about to sprout like a f’n weed and engulf all 20,000 of us that are going to be there for the entire four days.
But really who gives a shit about last year anymore. I know you don’t. We are talking about 2012 and hooolllllly shit does it look exciting. I will be heading in pretty early Friday night to see Of Monsters and Men kick off the Fest. Maybe even a little earlier for Allen Stone if I get the urge, but I have been hooked on that Of Monsters and Men album for a long while now. Most of Santigold will follow, and then one of the sets I am looking forward to most all weekend, Starfucker!! Sadly this means I have to skip the Mark Lanegan Band, which is a bummer, really wanted to see that one. Half of Girl Talkand then another performance to be VERY excited about, Explosions in the Sky. I have been told numerous times that their last Sasquatch! Festival set absolutely owned the Festival and was a “life changing experience”. I don’t want to get hopes too high, but that portion of Friday sounds amazing. Then Pretty Lights to take the night home aka into the raucous Gorge Campground to continue the party late into the evening.
Saturday looks to be my longest day inside the venue by far. Ideally I will make it in bright and early at Noon to see Reptar > Charles Bradley while Pickwick will be hitting hard on a different stage. I may still be asleep at this time however and might not make it into The Gorge until Blitzen Trapper at 2pm. One of my only conflicts of the entire weekend is after that, The Civil Wars vs. The Alabama Shakes vs. Portlandia. This is a game time decision friends. I know Mr. Sparkly and I will be at Jamey Johnson at the Sasquatch Stage afterwards, and then I will either see Childish Gambino or AraabMuzik. Seeing Gambino a few weeks back makes this a tough decision as I really like the AraabMuzik jams I have heard. Some free time where I will see an interesting mix of Metric, The Shins, St. Vincent and tUnE-yArDs continues the evening. Probably my most anticipated set of the weekend, Jack White, followed by The Roots late night (HELL. YES.) caps off a Saturday for the ages.
I hope all is well back home. How is the family? Still got that pet, what’s its name? Come visit us sometime, we miss seeing you up here. Sparkly might be getting a new house, Phishbeards over in Oregon, I got an air mattress, come on up! It will be like old times.
Back to the music. Sunday to me is a complete free for all-except for the very end of the night. I don’t really have much I MUST see this day, but there is an interesting assortment of bands playing: Trampled by Turtles, Blind Pilot, The War on Drugs, Chiddy Bang, M. Ward, Deer Tick, Tycho, The Head and the Heart and We Are Augustines are all early in the day. I will be a roamer for sure (you remember how I do!). I might check out Apparat or Beirut before definitely catching half of Little Dragon. My highlight of Sunday, a James Murphy DJ set up in the Banana Shack promises to be off the charts. I’ll probably head over to get one song of Bon Ivers show on video so ConcertConfessions gets some web hits, and then its off to Feed Me (with Teeth!!) to dance the rest of the night away.
Monday will be somewhat bittersweet. A great day lined up to close out another long Memorial Day weekend full of memories (like back in the day when we were hangin’). I might get in there early for that Grouplove set, I don’t know. Gary Clark Jr. will be a for sure, especially after just watching his Hangout Festival set webcast, and then a little more free time for the MC. The Joy Formidable, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!, Cloud Cult, fun., Feist, Shabazz Palaces, and Shearwater are all early afternoon and I will bounce around the place. John C. Reilly and Friends over at the Yeti Stage will be a great time, but I will have to sadly miss The Cave Singers and most of Silversun Pickupsbecause of it. Then my only other real big conflict awaits. I am certainly going to see the start of SBTRKT in the Banana Shack, and will have to miss all of Spiritualized. However, one of your favorites, Tenacious D, is playing shortly after SBTRKT starts and I will have to decide if staying for them is worth missing half of The D. Another decision that will be made on the spot. I will at least see the end of Tenacious D before getting just a small part of Mogwai in. I wish I could see more but the great Beck is closing out the Festival over on the main stage. I have been wanting to see him for almost TWENTY years now, and this will be my first time getting to do so. Remember listening to Mellow Gold on end back in the day? I hope it’s amazing. It sure seems like a great way to end a Festival, way better than Wilcos tame set last year.
So that’s basically what I am up to these days. Nothing else is really going on. I hope you guys are all good over there and your mom and dad are well. Tell your sister thenaturalstoner says hello, she’ll remember.
I will talk to you soon. You should try to come up for Quatch ’13.
Video highlights from 2011 Sasquatch! Festival:
Sharon Jones introduction and ownage!
Flogging Molly fun, near the end of the clip I get told “Vomit’s running down onto your bag”! Hahahahahahaha
It is time for your daily Jack White update. The man has had a busy week with not one but two appearances on Later…With Jools Holland, a stop by The Colbert Report and of course dropping an amazing new album entitled Blunderbuss. Now you can watch Meg White’s Ex-Husband/Brother’s entire performance from last night’s Unstaged performance at Webster Hall in New York City below.
(With female band)
Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground
Freedom At 21
Two Against One
I’m Slowly Turning Into You
Blue Blood Blues
Take Me With You When You Go
(with male band)
Cut Like a Buffalo
Weep Themselves To Sleep
Trash Tongue Talker
You Know That I Know
Were Going To Be Friends
Seven Nation Army
With it being Jack White week and all, we figured we would share this tasty gem we just discovered on YouTube. For those not living in Los Angeles, VoodooHipster (aka Brian) is one of the kindest most down to earth people you will meet in this city. He just posted the entire White Stripes performance from 09/23/03 at the Greek Theatre here in Los Angeles. You can watch Jack and Meg kick some serious ass in Griffith Park down below.
Once again big thanks to Voodoo Hipster for the killer footage. Make sure you subscribe to his YouTube home by clicking here.
Tonight after you hit the bong and drink a few beers you are going to go to Taco Bell. Who will pass you that Crunch Wrap Supreme and 7 Layer 4th meal through the drive-thru? None other than Jack White, that’s who. Then tomorrow when you wake and you open the medicine cabinet and grab the toothpaste, Jack White will be there. Oh and you know for a fact when you take the trash out, Jack White will be there to open the can for you. Why do I know this? Because Jack White is fucking everywhere this week that is why I fucking know this. His new album Blunderbuss is a five star effort and now that you have watched him on everything from Colbert to American Express UNSTAGED, we figured it was time to bring you part two of his appearance on Later…With Jools Holland. To check out part one of his performance click here. To check out all of Mr. White’s upcoming tour dates, click here.
Jack White Interviewed, Performed On Colbert Report
Hey here’s a surprise, Jack White made a television appearance.
Since announcement of his solo trek across the United States and Beyond, Mr. White has been all over television, so much so that’s is starting to leave some of us bored with it already… But in all seriousness, no matter what side of the fence you fall on: The “I Heart Jack White” side, or the “I’m so damn sick of Jack White already I want to puke with his same guitar tone on every riff” side, we can all agree on something. And that’s the fact that Stephen Colbert having musical guests on his show, is nothing short of awesome. We hope he does in more.
Anyway, below is video from White’s performance of “Freedom At 21′. Then under that we have the interview portion of the show. Check it out:
If there’s one thing that America, the land of the free home of the brave doesn’t have, it’s a show like “Later… with Jools Holland”, who focused his show around the musical stylings of Jack White.
Normally the Late Night shows are where sitcom/movie stars and the occasional Presidential Candidate stop by to promote their own filth, while making us all wait. Making us wait through the stupid anecdotes about their “cute dog” or how they really had to really challenge that inner thespian in them to punch out those few scenes as a Starbucks Barista. Usually I end up hating these people before the show ends, as they are like terrible openers for the headlining band I’m waiting to see.
Not across the pond. Jools Holland showcases musical talents on his late night show, and some video from Jack Whites stop has surfaced onto YouTube, and we’re here to bring that to you. Because that’s the kind of people we are. We know the album’s a hit, so who wouldn’t want to watch the man in need of a tan perform two songs off his solo debut, Blunderbuss? Videos are below:
2012 Outside Lands Music Festival Announces Initial Artist Details
Last year our man Reverend Justito returned home to San Francisco where he enjoyed all three days of Outside Lands. Knowing this year he would not be able to make it, he was praying for a terrible lineup. Of course his prayers were not answered as Outside Lands is back with one of its best lineups yet. Headliners include beloved Bay Area natives Metallica and Neil Young and Crazy Horse. Also high up on the list are the likes of Foo Fighters, Jack White and Stevie Wonder.
Three Day Passes go on sale Thursday April 19th at 12 noon PST. Prices will go up as each “level” sells out. Click here for all the ticketing details. To read our reviews from Outside Lands 2011, click here, here and here.
According to the Chicago Sun Times, we officially have a list of the performers that will take the stage for Lollapalooza 2012.
After cancelling numerous tour dates earlier this year due to illness of Tony Iommi, Black Sabbath will headline the festival that takes place in Chicago August 3rd-5th alongside Jack White, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and The Black Keys.
Don’t worry folks, everybody’s favorite reunited band At The Drive In will be there too, along with Avicii, Florence and The Machine, Justice and The Shins. And I guess it wouldn’t be a festival if Childish Gambino wasn’t involved.
Editors Note: This is The 2012 Lineup. For the 2013 Lineup, Click Here
Firefly Music Festival To Be Held In Delaware
Delaware, welcome to the world of States that have sweet Music Festivals.
The news broke last night, that the three day ’Firefly Music Festival’, will be headlined by The Killers, The Black Keys and Jack White . Solid, right? I mean, sure The Killers aren’t in the stratosphere of musical relevance circa 2012 as the The Black Keys and Jack White are; but hey, they could have went with the Beach Boys, so we’ll chalk up those headliners as a win.
The ’2nd tier’ if you will, of headliners consists of The Flaming Lips (what AREN’T the Flaming Lips doing these days?), Death Cab For Cutie, John Legend, Girl Talk and Passion Pit(cancelled as a result of mental health issues).Modest Mouse, a late edition to the festivities, announced on June 25th they’d be in Dover as well that weekend.
Dubbed the “East Coast’s Premier Music Experience”, will kick off July 20th at Woodlands of Dover International Speedway in Delaware and end July 22nd with 3 day passes going for a modest $178 (as of 6/28, 3-Day passes have been sold out), at the Festival’s official website. The rest of the listed acts are below.
Update 05/08/12 – The Firefly Website now shows an image similar to the gang Hangman. While they promise a full lineup tomorrow 05/09/12 we have done some detective work and believe this festival is adding the following artists.
ICP Will Ditch Makeup For Gathering of the Juggalos 2012
Note: This story was part of our April Fool’s 2012 News Blast Spectacular. It is not to be confused with truth. We hope you enjoy.
Back in September of 1983 KISS shocked the world by ditching their make up. In 2012, Insane Clown Posse will do the same at their annual event Gathering of the Juggalos. Rumored to be a co-headline festival with Phish, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope may or may not have released the following statement.
Yo u know timez are tough. We really want Jack White 2 play our Gathering and with the amount of makeup that dawg wearz we just knew we had to cut costs somewhere and figured hey why not show our real facezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz for the FAMILY.
While we are unaware of when ICP will put back on the makeup, rumor has it the group plans to shoot a episode of MTV Unplugged that will air Halloween night 2012.
Fresh off storming through SXSW, Jack White get’s set to hit the road in 2012 in support of his solo debut “Blunderbuss”.
For those without tickets to Sasquatch or Hangout Music Festival never fear, we’ve got all the tour dates for you here so you can catch him in a town near you. The supporting act will be Alabama Shakes
Tickets go on sale Friday 3/23/12 at 1PM at Ticketmaster. That’s right, not the usually 10AM or 12PM but 01:00pm. No idea what that’s about, but hopefully this writer’s able to snag his tickets to one of the two shows happening in NYC at Roseland Ballroom. Tickets for that show are running at a modest $49.50 + Fees.
Jack White 2012 Tour Dates
5/15 – Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium
5/16 – Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium
5/18 – Gulf Shores, AL, Hangout Music Festival
5/19 – Asheville, NC, The Orange Peel
5/21 – New York, NY, Roseland Ballroom
5/22 – New York, NY, Roseland Ballroom
5/24 – Detroit, MI, Scottish Rite Theater
5/26 – Quincy, WA, Sasquatch! Music Festival
5/27 – Vancouver, BC, Queen Elizabeth Theatre
5/28 – Eugene, OR, Silva Concert Hall at Hult Center for the Performing Arts
Jack White Makes His Solo Network Debut on Saturday Night Live
Jack White is one of the undisputed champions of rock and roll. He’s jammed with Jimmy Page and The Edge, recorded with Danger Mouse, and led one of the most unlikely groups to massive mainstream success. With last year’s break up of The White Stripes, and the upcoming release of his solo debut Blunderbuss, White performed two new songs on Saturday Night Live. So below here’s “Love Interruption” and “Sixteen Saltines” that you can watch it below.
Why: Hangout 2011 featured a diverse lineup including Paul Simon, The Foo Fighters, Primus, The Black Keys, Girl Talk, Avett Brothers, Widespread Panic, and The Flaming Lips.
Well the folks planning the only festival featuring white sandy beaches and palm trees out there have done it again with a fantastic early 2012 lineup coming out in waves via Facebook this evening.
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Dave Matthews Band •Jack White
String Cheese Incident (performing two sets)
Wilco •Skrillex •The Flaming Lips perform Dark Side of the Moon
Dispatch •Steve Winwood •CHRIS CORNELL •STS9
Gogol Bordello •Michael Franti & Spearhead •Mac Miller •Flogging Molly
Coheed & Cambria •Paul Oakenfold •G. Love and Special Sauce
Randy Newman •Dr. Dog •Young The Giant •Cage the Elephant •Dawes •Alabama Shakes
M. Ward •YelaWolf •Switchfoot •Julian Marley •Zeds Dead •Mavis Staples •Shpongle •Gary Clark JR •Rebelution Allen Stone •Big Freedia •The Devil Makes Three •Paper Diamond •Futurebirds •Hey Rosetta! •Sleeper Agent THE LUMINEERS •ARCHNEMESIS •Tribal Seeds •Rich Aucoin •Jamie Bergeron & the Kickin’ Cajuns