Jack White will get ready for his big Detroit homecoming concert by playing a much smaller show the night before.
White announced Wednesday afternoon, April 18, that he’ll play an “short, intimate set” at 9 p.m. that night at his Third Man Records store on Canfield Street in Detroit’s Cass Corridor ahead of his concert on Thursday, April 19, at Little Caesars Arena that formally opens his North American tour.
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Admission to the show will be first-come, first-serve -- free for members of Third Man Vault record club and $33 for the general public after 200 of the Vault members are admitted.
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White played similar small and some surprise shows in Nashville, New York, London and other cities around last months’ release of his third solo album, “Boarding House Reach.” The set debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 (White’s third) and had the fourth-largest sales week for a vinyl album (27,000 copies) since 1991.
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