Jack White Reunites The Raconteurs at Nashville Concert

Image Courtesy of Third Man RecordsJack White performed at the Bridestone Arena in his adopted home of Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday night, and he brought some old friends along with him. According to Rolling Stone, after a brief intermission, White brought out the members of his first post-White Stripes band, The Raconteurs.

White and the united Raconteurs -- which featured Brendan Benson and Jack Lawrence, plus White's drummer Daru Jones, who filled in for original drummer Patrick Keeler -- performed their hits "Steady as She Goes" and "Salute Your Solution."

The Raconteurs recorded two albums, 2006's Broken Boy Soldiers and 2008's Consolers of the Lonely, before going on hiatus. Despite rumors of a new album, Benson told Billboard last year that new Raconteurs material is "kind of off the table." White has since gone on to form The Dead Weather and, of course, launch his solo career.

Also during Thursday's Nashville show, White brought out legendary country singer Loretta Lynn to sing "Portland, Oregon" from Lynn's 2004  album Van Lear Rose, which White produced.

White's next show is January 30 at New York City's Madison Square Garden. Rap group Run the Jewels will open the show.

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