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Watch: Jack White, Norah Jones, Grimes and Alabama Shakes On Jools Holland

Written by Marc Zanotti on April 25, 2012

A rich selection of musical acts recently appeared on BBC’s Later… with Jools Holland. The main attraction was Jack White who, in preparation for the release of his solo record Blunderbuss, played Freedom at 21 and Sixteen Saltines.

The show also featured the sweet sounds of songstress Norah Jones playing Happy Pills off her latest record Little Broken Heart. Canadian solo artist Grimes performed Genesis off her record Visions, while Alabama Shakes brought the Southern rock with their tracks Hold On and Be Mine from debut Boys & Girls.

Watch: Jack White – Freedom At 21

Watch: Jack White – Sixteen Saltines

Watch: Norah Jones – Happy Pills

Watch: Grimes – Genesis

Watch: Alabama Shakes – Hold On

Watch: Alabama Shakes – Be Mine

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