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You are not only a ROCK LEGEND...but a FUNK KING as well. Glorious show from start to
finish. Loved the variety and energy. AMAZING band with you as well. Unforgettable
night in a beautiful theater
Can't wait till the next time Jack!
Blaine from Brooklyn, New York
NOW THAT WAS A SHOW!
I've seen this incredible artist in nearly incarnation he's been in...the White Stripes,
Raconteurs, the Dead Weather, and twice solo. This was very likely my favorite show
of them all. Something about his energy, he seemed overjoyed to be there with us,
and this exquisite theatre...it just all came together to create a feeling of immersion
and transcendence. I felt like I was in another era...with not one phone in sight.
Wow...what a difference no-phones make! One of the greatest living artists alive and
he was ON FIRE with his INCREDIBLE band! The audience was with him all the way,
feeling off of each other throughout the night. Amazing and unforgettable. His new
album is really benefited by seeing live. It was like the funkiest of funk combined
with the top tier of rock n roll. Jack...THANK YOU!
William Neumeister from Santa Barbara, California
JACK WHITE ROCKZ
I can Honestly say that the scene, people,
venue and music. Were ALL top notch. Had
to be 1 of the vest shows I ever seen. What a
Gwhite from Vancouver, British Columbia
JACK WHITE VANCOUVER, AUG. 12TH
I haven't been to a concert in years because of my location. Ive always loved Jack
Whites music and everyone knows it. My Son bought tickets for us both and I made the
5 hour drive from Vernon. We were within 30 feet of the front middle of the stage. I can
die HAPPY. Mr. White was born to play music and in the process make people have a
great time. His smile at the end of the concert was so genuine and full of love, as the
audience had for him. Thank you Jack white.
Matt from Minneapolis, Minnesota
Show was fantastic, crowd a little weak, a lot of
standing around. Had a little sound issu e from
where we were at but only during first song,
adjustments must have been made. Incredible
band, and Jack is a guitar God!!
Amanda from Minneapolis, Minnesota
It was the best show I have been to in
a long time. He was into it and the
crowd was too which set the stage for
an unbelievably awesome
performance. I just LOVE him. He
played a great mix of his solo
material, White Stripes, and even
threw in some Raconteurs and
Deadweather. All his greatest hits
and a really strong encore ending
with 7 Nation Army.
PAUL from Toronto, Ontario
AWESOME IN TORONTO
Jack was sensational on Saturday. Second time I have
seen him. This show would be on my list of favourite
of all time--seen tons of bands. Jack is an amazing
musician and his band were amazing. I even enjoyed
the openning act--fun!!!
Jack is also an amazing lyricist too...doesn't get
enough credit for that.
I also love the lithographs he sells at the shows.
Beautiful numbered works of art. Thanks Jack!!!
Jeff from Saint Thomas, Ontario
NOBODY BETTER!!! JACK IS THE MAN!!!
JACK ROCKED TORONTO!!! For those of you expecting jack to play a
certain song - stay home. Honestly - his new album is nothing
compared to anything he has done in the past - everyone i talked to
at the concert agreed with me. However he has over 100 songs I
would have loved to have heard - unfortunately he can't play them
all. If anyone could - i am sure he could though - he looked like he
could have played for 8 hours straight!!! Don't try to get the set list
prior to the show...just show up expecting Jack to be Jack and you will
never be disappointed. I was pleasantly surprised by 6 or more
songs he did play!!! Of course I would have loved to hear, Take, Take,
Take, Effect and Cause, Blue Orchid, Jolene, or anything else proving
his fondness for red head girls, etc...I could go on forever. Others
dissing how he went from song to song...I have never seen anything
better. I give it an 11 out of 5!!! If there is an artist out there any
better please let me know now!
ChristyDunlap from Columbus, Ohio
JACK WHITE THE BEST
I am 65 years old and have see hundreds of bands from THE Band to the Chili Peppers.
This had to be my number 1 concert.
Amanda from Austin, Texas
JACK WHITE DESERVES BETTER
Jack White and the musicians that play with him are phenomenal. Real music for the sake
of music. The kind of music that you feel on the atomic level. He has a plethora of music
to offer, and there just wasn't enough time because of the sound ordinance. We got put to
bed early. Can't wait to see him again. Loved that we had to lock our phones up and be
engaged. Hey Austin. Let's get our butts moving at concerts again! There was a lot of
standing around. Don't be too cool to have a good time! It's a concert! Rock out! You just
saw some of the best musicians of our time live!
Kelli Smith from Omaha, Nebraska
FANTASTIC SHOW IN OMAHA
I loved the show in Omaha and thought it was a diverse setlist of songs from a vast catalog of choices. For those disappointed he chose to skip a few "hits"... you missed a bad-ass forest for a couple trees. I feel a little sorry for you.
Val from Omaha, Nebraska
Amazing show tonight. He delivered like
always. Loved it!!!
LEA NICHOLS -"OCTABITES LEA" from Seattle, Washington
OCTABITES LEA - REVERB'QUEEN/KING-JACK WHITE
JACK WHITE UNDERSTANDS MUSIC AS
LIFEFORCE IN ANTI DIGITAL FORMAT AND
THE ART OF BLUES PUNK PSYCHOSURF
STYLES ROOTED THROUGH ANALOG
REELTAPED RECORDING My belief is protools
and digital effects take all the soul of music
and flush it down the drain of souless
musical departure . ....I LOVE HIM AND AM
CURRENTLY STUDING ALL HE HAS
ARTISTICLY CLOCKED OUT TO US LITTLE LIKE
MINDED SOULS .HE INSPIRES A PART OF MY
SOUL THE SPARKS ARE NOW A RAGE OF
CREATIVE FIRE ...piano guitar vocals . Same
musical mind over matter
Terry Britt from Irving, Texas
IF YOU ARE GOING TO PLAY STEVIE RAY VAUGHN IN TX, YOU BETTER BRING IT! JACK DELIVERED!
I was absolutely thrilled by the performance in Irving Tx 5/23/22 and feel Jack White is the best performing artist. Superbly talented band. Inspiring. The stage and visual experience was amazing. Closeups on Jack's left hand reveal he is a magician. I've seen Racounteurs (exceptional), but this was even better. Played so many favorites from his incredible catalog. Where ever you are, you have to get to one of his shows.
Karen from Los Angeles, California
IT'S WORTH IT
Jack White is in great form. If you missed him in LA, catch him in another city on this tour. His genius burns brighter than ever!
Shelly Nelson from Portland, Oregon
JACK WHITE WOWS!
The evening with Jack White and Backseat Lover was a fun, exciting, musical adventure. The music roared back at an excited crowd and filled the Moda Center with musical exuberance. I felt mesmerized by the visual art on the screen and taken on an astral journey keeping pace with the deep thrum of the music. Backseat Lover was a joyful rollercoaster of rhythm that I thoroughly enjoyed.
from Denver, Colorado
I loved the concert - loved the Dead Weather song, the Raconteurs, his new stuff is fantastic. It was loud but it's Jack White.
T.J. from Sioux City, Iowa
LINCOLN, NE PINEWOOD BOWL
Jack and his crew went all out for this one. It was super hot and humid but it didn't stop him from rockin out hard. Pleased the crowd with some older tunes and played a lot of his newer solo stuff. The venue was neat, well managed, and sounded awesome!
Kevin B. from Indianapolis, Indiana
Just insanely good. Jack is an absolute FILTHY guitarist and we were impressed by his ability on the piano as well. Such a "gives what he gets" artist and the more we gave the more he just wailed on that guitar. And you have to expect hearing new material; that's how live shows go and how artists grow. He hit the plenty of favorites and the newer material we weren't as familiar with ROCKED and the instrumentation/interaction with the band was so fun to watch. The guy on drums was ridiculously talented. Jack is the best guitarist I have ever seen live and would for sure be on my Mt. Rushmore of greatest of all time; just nobody does it like him. He took Prince's advice well: "Don't ever let anyone tell you how to play your guitar, Jack." Will see him again for sure next time he is near here; we were so amped afterwards it made going to sleep and getting up for work today very difficult! Thanks for coming Jack; you guys riled up 'Nap town on a Wednesday like I've never seen!
Karey from Toronto, Ontario
NO DISAPPOINTMENTS TONIGHT
Overall it was a heartfelt performance with a mix of newer, more challenging works and classic crowd pleasers ... the balance a good artist knows how to deliver to their audience. This performance appeared carefully crafted but also spontaneous in parts. There were an unusual number of guitar solos, played with tremendous energy. Like he's been unleashed after the pandemic and he and his band are playing their instruments to pieces. A marvelous sight, sound, and feeling. He definitely gets across that he loves his work. Great venue.
Karen Perez from Toronto, Ontario
I saw Jack last night at Budweiser stage in Toronto. One of the best concerts I have seen in a really long time. It so intimate. I could not take my eyes off of him. The band was so tight. Just incredible
Dana Gr. from Buffalo, New York
INCREDIBLE. ENERGY OF THE VENUE SUCKED BUT I FELT HIS SHOW WAS SPOT ON AND RIGHT ON. EVEN BETTER LIVE.
Doubtful that Mr. White or anyone from his team will read this so this is specifically for fans only. I've been a fan of Jack and Meg for a very long time probably around their inception-ish like I guess a lot of fans proclaim. And I have always admired the expression. Okay all of the you know fawning fan stuff aside, I don't know if it was the concert or just the whole day but I reconnected with my husband and even though he's not the same fan of Jack White as I am he went out of his way to make sure that we could go. He took me to Niagara falls. It was just an amazing day. And I will always remember it. I think that was one of the most amazing concerts I've been to. I've been to a lot. But this time it was a meaningful experience. Because this time around I was with someone that I wanted to share that experience with. Anyway big fan. Really really really enjoyed the show. Thank you
ColRols from Calgary, Alberta
JACK WHITE - CALGARY, NOVEMBER 3, 2018
What a show. I truly felt connected to Jack, his band mates, and the entire audience
(phone free show). Getting to experience such an extraordinary performer at a small
venue like the Stampede Corral was such a treat. It left me feeling like Jack was there
exclusively to entertain me and my friends. What a show indeed. General Admission
Floor tickets were $89.00 and I was less than 10 feet away from Jack. Phenomenal!
Gave 4 star rating as when Jack spoke it was hard to hear what he was saying...but
had no problem hearing the music!!
Thank you Jack White for the great night!
M, White from Seattle, Washington
JACK WHITE SURPRISE
I pre- funked by listening to Jack White's newest solo album and almost sold my tickets. So glad I went anyway. What a fantastic rock show!. They rocked from start to finish and the drummer was amazing. You know its a good show when you don't even mind the WAMU theater.
I would see him next time comes within 3 states of me again!
Biz from Vancouver, British Columbia
WHO'S WITH YOU?!I'M WITH YOU, JACK!
I love this guy:genius guitarist (5 different guitars tonight, maybe 6), amazing voice, and
delicious smile;) His opening act was a nice try but hard to get into. His band members
were all obviously super talented and connected on stage, but the female drummer was
INSANE! She's got it going on and anchors the sound. The set was whatever he wanted to
play and good on him-and he had a good mix of his new stuff with old. I just wish he
would chat up the audience a bit more because he's got a cool personality and i'd love to
hear him think out loud. Thank you, Jack, for coming to Vancouver yet again! We're a bit of
a polite crowd of Canadians but don't let it fool you- we love love love you!
from Omaha, Nebraska
LEFT YOU HANGING
Fantastic performance for what it was but a
weak encore for what EVERYONE exepected
and wanted, which was more White Stripes .
To top it off it was unforgivable that he
skipped Seven Nation Army. The new songs
were great live but felt self indulgent.
Congrats, Mr. White, on making this concert
all about you and very little about your fans.
Samantha from Atlanta, Georgia
AMAZING PERFORMANCE BUT...
The show was fantastic. Jack White and the band absolutely do not disappoint. However, the process of getting in made me want to never go to another concert. You have to have your phone but you can't have your phone. You must have credit card no cash but you cannot bring in a bag big enough to carry your phone and wallet. The process was confusing , the tabernacle out door staff were incredibly rude. By the time we got in we were completely frustrated.
Marie ;!)) from Toronto, Ontario
JACK WHITE IN TORONTO!! BUDWEISER STAGE
Absolute love Jack!! Forth time seeing him. I bought tickets last minute as I am not loving his new album but I knew I had to go and I am glad that I did!!
The only disappointment was I could barely hear Jack singing. All I heard was the drums and guitar which I love but would have liked to hear him a little more clearly. Did anyone else have this issue?? Still happy I went
Steve from San Francisco, California
NO PHONES -- YES! BUT GET A BETTER SOUND SYSTEM OR VENUE
I'm old enough to remember concerts without cell phones, and let me tell you they were
WAY better, more fun, more involving. People who can't put down their cell phones really
depress me. What a miserable, addicted life. So, thanks Jack White for making this a cell
phone-free event. Fantastic. The one big drawback to the show was poor, muddled sound
quality, especially for the vocals. Partly it's the fault of the venue -- a vast high school gym
/ auditorium space that kills good sound. But it's also the fault of the mix. Full, powerful
sound is great, and you expect some distortion from Jack White. Fine. But if you bury the
lyrics, you lose all the subtlety and charm of, say, "Waiting for the Doorbell," and you fail
to make an emotional connection with your fans. Oh well. I'll avoid the civic auditorium
from now on (too bad it's named for the great rock promoter Bill Graham). Loved seeing
Jack White years ago at the Greek theater outdoors in Berkeley. Staff were very friendly.
Another Old Hippie from Portland, Oregon
Jack and the band (Carla is freaking amazing!) were fine, but this was the
WORST sound I've ever heard at a concert, and I've been to hundreds of them.
Sound came from above our seats - which suggests the venue was putting the
band's output through the same tinny speakers they use to announce hockey
penalties - and it was muddy and/or (unintentionally) distorted. Also, I've got no
problem with LOUD, but the lead vocals were WAY TOO LOUD for the rest of the mix,
so they drowned out virtually every other instrument except the drums. I hardly
heard a note from either of the two keyboards or the bass all night. And the volume
made the vocals distort, too - even when they weren't supposed to.
Clearly the (lack of) sound quality affected the crowd - they never got into the music.
About 60% through his set, Jack asked, "You still with me, Portland?" Guess he
wanted to know because everyone was just standing / sitting around.
Will never attend another show at this venue.
Disappointed from Des Moines from Des Moines
IT WAS REALLY GOOD, BUT.....
i love artists that don't stick to the same setlist every night....and have no problem
missing a few old hits....but damn, Jack....you left out some big ones. I don't think
I'm alone here in feeling disappointed each time he started a song with a big, long
open chord...that didn't lead into Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground. For
somebody who feeds off the energy of his audience....you gotta give us a little
something sometimes. Ball and a Biscuit would have gone a LONG way towards the
energy of the crowd, which never got much louder than polite applause all night.
Grayhairedfreak from Omaha, Nebraska
DON'T FORGET WHO PAYS THE BILLS, JACK.
I agree with BlastinB's review. For an artist of White's stature to do 90 minutes max, no 7NA, Ball & Biscuit or Icky Thump, and heavily focus on material from his hot mess new album was an injustice to the Omaha crowd. Parts of the show were very good (Over and Over, Sixteen Saltines, Steady as She Goes), just incomplete. We got 4 fewer songs than any tour date so far and the only show without 7NA. Opener was bad, pre-show music was bad. Maybe he spent too much time with the Storm Chasers...
from Omaha, Nebraska
DON'T FORGET WHO THE ARTIST IS
I think you were missing something if you expected an artist to get up on stage and
play the same old stuff just to appease a certain fan base. To do so would short
change the artist and the world at large of having the opportunity to grow and
experience something new. He's not with White Stripes any more!
As much as I loved the White Stripes, i heartily enjoy jack's new album. It is confusing
and a bit messy in places and off the wall, but boy is it fun! So I was set to be blown
away by a live performance along the same vein.
But I was disappointed beyond words with the venue. It was all wrong. The sound
quality was abhorrent, and to make up for the lack of quality, quantity was
substituted (as in, the volume was jacked up to the rafters).
You can chalk it up to the fact that I have never seen a musical performance in an
arena and didn't know what to expect; nonetheless, I will stick with places like the
Slowdown and the Waiting Room to get my live music fix.
Indy girl from Indianapolis, Indiana
SOUND QUALITY WAS SUBPAR
I love Jack white and have for years. However this was my first time seeing him live. The lights, graphics, performances were awesome, totally killer. But the sound was too distorted that when he spoke I couldn't understand a word he said. Luckily I'm a huge fan so I know all the lyrics, so I knew what he was singing but my son, who is 30 and knows only a couple songs, said he had no clue what Jack was singing. It was too loud where it distorted the sound. I still love Jack, old and new music, but what a shame.
Alex from Toronto, Ontario
WHOEVER MIXED THE SOUND SHOULD BE FIRED
I love Jack white and was so excited to see july talk open for him - until it became hours of ear piercing nose that was hard to even decipher as music. Left half way through as the noise was giving all of us really bad headaches, the people who unlocked our phones at the door said they had never seen this many people leave because of sound before. Disappointed bc i know it would have been a great show had it been mixed better. No wonder they didn’t allow any recordings
Mike from Tulsa, Oklahoma
MOST UNDERWHELMING CONCERT I'VE BEEN TO.
I guess I USED to love Jack White but this concert fixed that. The first half felt like a
garage jam session, not a paid concert. When the musicians left the stage I've NEVER
seen so many people leave a performance at this point. Usually there is a demand
for an encore. Not this time. I read that Jack doesn't use a set list. Maybe he should
try that. First concert I've attended where the artist sounded better recorded than
live. Honestly, I still don't even know who the opening act was. They never said,
which is OK because they were awful, but still....overall a waste of an evening.
Tim Emineth from Portland, Oregon
WHY SO LOUD
Bought my tickets the first day they went on sale. Got pretty good seats for 60 dollars, which I thought was a good deal. Was looking forward to the show, very excited and happy to be going. But when he came on it was so loud that even though I had planed ahead and brought ear plugs, I just couldn't handle it. I am 60 years young and will always go to see live music but at what price, do I have to go deaf. I already am heard of hearing because of past concerts when I was younger and didn't know better and stood in front of the speakers so we could get closer. sorry you drove me away Jack I was looking forward to it
BlastinB from Detroit, Michigan
TERRIBLE ALL THE WAY AROUND
Let me just say I'm a big fan of Jack White.
That's said, that was the weakest showing of
him that I've ever experienced and I've seen
him five other times... from the strange
opening bands and techno house DJ
something played too 1/3 Full Arena left the
sound very echoing and cavernous.
Everything doused in blue and aimed at the
audience reminded me of those horrible
Christmas lights that give you a headache as
you drive by... I guess I'm a fan of Jack White
of the past and will not spend one more
dollar to watch someone indulge their own
self with experimental rap and Jazz when his
fan base was built on blues rock and roll...
Remember how you got to where you think
you are I suppose what the fans have a little
fun because that show to me personally was
Greg Doug Smith from Nashville, Tennessee
FAR, FAR TOO LOUD FOR JACK'S SET
I love Jack White's music (and his overall vibe and personality too) and was really looking forward to this concert, but I'm sorry to say that it was actually ruined by being too loud. I don't mean a bit louder than you might like, but ear-bleedingly loud. This wasn't so at all for the first two bands, so I don't understand why it Jack's set was like this. But it was like they didn't do a sound check to ensure the volume was at a tolerable level. Truly a terrible pity, because it literally ruined the show for me (and my girlfriend too). I left mystified at how such a brilliant musician and seasoned pro could have made such a fundamental mistake.
Cc from Toronto, Ontario
COME ON JACK..
Please fire your sound people. Worst concert I have seen in a while and I love Jack White. It was so loud you could hardly tell what song he was playing. We left after the 3rd song.
Jim from Seattle, Washington
WHAT’S WITH THE TERRIBLE DISTORTED SOUND ???
I went to see Jack White, and to make a long story short, unless you were sticking your fingers in your ears you couldn’t make out anything he was playing it was truly awful ! I go to about 30 concerts a year. This was the worst sound “quality” ever ! Why ?
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