Jack White will hit the road in 2022 to support the 2 albums he will be releasing - Fear of the Dawn and Entering Heaven Alive.
Since White's live shows differ from tour to tour - “People keep asking who’s going to be in the band, what’s the band going to be like for the tour dates… We thought it would be good to let people see who it is is ... and as rehearsals start for the tour, to film and record something to see how it’s sounding — I thought let’s do all that at once.”
White released the following self-directed video featuring bassist Dominic Davis, keyboardist Quincy McCrary, and drummer Daru Jones who will be by his side when his “Supply Chain Issues Tour” kicks off in April.
White says the band “can do really hard-hitting stuff, and then also really gentle acoustic numbers. They’re such improvisational musicians. They really perform differently every time.”
What can you expect on the tour? A lot! Every song from his catalog could end up being performed on any given night: “I’m doing songs from everything I’ve ever done in my life. Not much is off-limit. Everything that I was the main songwriter or main singer, then that’s kind of in our bag of tricks. I think we ended up having over 80 the last time I went on the road…”
Oh yeah - he also revealed he hasn't hasn’t used a setlist at a show in 20 years (!)