By Marissa G. Muller
The concert went down in Anchorage, Alaska, at the Wendy Williams auditorium, where White brought out Jack Johnson to play the White Stripes’ 2002 White Blood Cells track “We’re Going to Be Friends,” a song that Johnson has covered in the past; back in 2006, the mellow singer-songwriter covered it for his album Sing-A-Longs And Lullabies For The Film Curious George. Johnson had just performed with White in Hawaii, which is definitely a place where you’d expect to see him, Alaska being probably the last.
White also treated fans to “Love Interruption,” “A Martyr for My Love for You,” “Goodnight, Irene” and covers of Hank Williams and Johnny Cash, Consequence of Sound reports.
Still no official word where the other concerts will take place, but it is known they’ll happen in states he didn’t visit on his Lazaretto tour. According to the announcement of the shows, the acoustic sets will cost $3 and won’t be announced until the day of. They’ll definitely be worth hustling for since this tour will mark White’s last for awhile.