Jack White @ Lolla 2012 (via BVChicago Instagram)
Jack White

Jack White, who also played a secret show at Reckless Records on Sunday (his Third Man Records Rolling Record Store was parked outside), co-headlined Lollapalooza Sunday night with a 19 song setlist split into three sections.

In giving time to both his all-male and all-female backing bands (the latter tagged in about halfway through the set), White tapped into the dynamism that fueled his recent solo effort Blunderbuss and also reinvented some of his old classics as entirely new species (see the finger-pluckin' hoedown version of the White Stripes standard "Hotel Yorba" for just one example).

Though the men, Los Buzzardos, do possess an undeniable technical mastery, White was best served by the ladies, dubbed the Peacocks, on Sunday night, especially when singer Ruby Amanfu traded barbs with White on "Ball and Biscuit." "Love Interruption" has also evolved from the quiet-storm version on Blunderbuss into a more visceral, dangerous-feeling grind. As he tends to do, White closed out his show with the White Stripes' signature tune "Seven Nation Army," which allowed all those left in still-swampy Grant Park to sing along with that notorious descending bassline. [EW]

Check out his full setlist below...

Jack White Setlist at Lollapalooza 2012
With Los Buzzardos
Sixteen Saltines
Black Math (The White Stripes song)
Missing Pieces
Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground (The White Stripes song)
Wasting My Time (The White Stripes song)
Hypocritical Kiss
Cannon/ Nitro/ John the Revelator (The White Stripes song)
The Same Boy You've Always Known (The White Stripes song)
Take Me With You When You Go

with The Peacocks
Love Interruption
Weep Themselves to Sleep
Hotel Yorba (The White Stripes song)
Top Yourself
(The Raconteurs song) Blue Blood Blues
(The Dead Weather song) (Screwdriver intro)
Ball and Biscuit (The White Stripes song)

Steady, As She Goes (The Raconteurs song)
The Hardest Button to Button (The White Stripes song)
Freedom At 21
Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes song)

Pictures of the Third Man Records Rolling Record Store HERE.


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