Four major acts stopped by Later… with Jools Holland earlier this week and we have footage to share of all the fun that was had. Jack White, Norah Jones, Alabama Shakes and Grimes each took turns performing on stage before a live BBC studio audience. Had this show occurred in 1992 when Later debuted, if you weren’t there in person to see it you would have been screwed, but thanks to Al Gore we now have global warming and the Internet, which affords us the luxury of watching all this great footage a few days later in America. Get to watching starting with Jack White on the next page.
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Jack White performed a number of tracks off his new album Blunderbuss, as well as one throwback White Stripes track.
Jack White – “Sixteen Saltines”
Jack White – “Freedom at 21”
Jack White – “Hip (Eponymous) Poor Boy”
Jack White – “Ball and Biscuit”
Norah Jones worked with Danger Mouse on her most recent album Little Broken Hearts. She performed the title track and others on Later.
Norah Jones – “Happy Pills”
Norah Jones – “Little Broken Hearts”
Norah Jones – “Say Goodbye”
Norah Jones – “For The Good Times” (Kris Kristofferson Cover)
Alabama Shakes are one of our favorite new acts of the year. Their live performances are fantastic. Need proof? Just watch below.
Alabama Shakes – “Hold On”
Alabama Shakes – “Be Mine”
Alabama Shakes – “Hang Loose”
Yes, yes. We’ve already shared Grimes’ performance of “Genesis”, but it was so delicate and beautiful that we had to lump this in here in case you missed it the first time.