Jack White previews new live album with “Missing Pieces”

Recorded at Detroit’s Masonic Temple in 2014.

Jack White has announced that he will be dropping the live album Jack White: Live at the Masonic Temple, and released a live version of his track “Missing Pieces.”

The extensive live album will be a recording of White’s three-and-a-half hour performance at Detroit’s Masonic Temple in 2014. The 38-song tracklist will also feature White’s covers of Beck’s “Devils Haircut,” Led Zeppelin’s “The Lemon Song” and Hank Williams’ “Ramblin’ Man.”

This latest drop will be the 47th installment of White’s very own Third Man Records’ Vault subscription series and will come in the form of four 180-gram colored vinyl LPs. Also included are a slipcase cover with custom printed photo inner sleeves as well as shots from the show by official tour photographer David Swanson.


As an added bonus, the package will arrive with a 7-inch single of White’s October 2020 performance at Saturday Night Live, during which the Detroit native paid subtle tribute to the late Eddie Van Halen.

In December, White’s now-defunct band The White Stripes released an 11-track live record, Live at the 40 Watt, and a Greatest Hits collection.

Jack White: Live at the Masonic Temple is currently only available via Third Man Records’ Vault subscription. Pre-orders are open until January 31. Listen to the live version of “Missing Pieces,” the opening track of his 2012 solo debut Blunderbuss, below:


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