Watch Beck, Jack White and Sean Lennon perform live together

Beck was joined by Jack White last Saturday [July 26] night at the Providence Performing Arts Center. According to The Future Heart, White was introduced by Beck as "the best bartender in the world." They started off with "Pay No Mind" and "Loser" before closing out the show with an extended version of "Where It's At".

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Beck was joined by Jack White last Saturday [July 26] night at the Providence Performing Arts Center.

According to The Future Heart, White was introduced by Beck as “the best bartender in the world.” They started off with “Pay No Mind” and “Loser” before closing out the show with an extended version of “Where It’s At”.

For the last song, they were also joined on tambourine by Sean Lennon, who had opened the show with his band the Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger.





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