Jack White is getting rave reviews for his Farm Aid debut. The rocker played a ten-song set at the benefit concert in Raleigh, North Carolina Saturday, and "The News and Observer" says he blew everyone away.
The North Carolina paper adds that White easily won the "undercard portion" of the show before the founders like Neil Young and Willie Nelson took the stage. He treated fans to White Stripes classics like "Seven Nation Army" and "We're Going to Be Friends," as well as a couple cuts from his new solo album "Lazaretto."
This year's Farm Aid concert also included performances from Gary Clark Jr., Band of Horses, Delta Rae, Dave Matthews, and John Mellencamp.
Jack White is scheduled to continue his latest tour with a stop in Cleveland Monday night. In the meantime, he also has a new video for his Lazaretto track "Would You Fight For My Love." The clip was filmed at Denver's historic Cruise Room bar, and White says the whole thing was "conceptualized, produced, and shot within a 24 hour period."