Jack White was the headliner at Day 2 of Governor’s Ball, up against Skrillex. Just before that, Spoon was booked against Sleigh Bells. And in the slot prior to that, The Strokes were lined up against Childish Gambino (actor, comedian, rapper Donald Glover). That, was the kind of day it was, very obviously pitting schools old and new against each other, possibly in order to try and split the audience evenly, making sure every stage attracted hordes of fans.
Jack White, who showed up to play Governor’s Ball in a much nicer mood than he brought to recent interviews, payed a set that leaned heavily on his fantastic solo material. Unfortunately, which those songs were expertly crafted and performed, they didn’t really connect as much with the audience as h...
Also read: Billy Joel and wife expecting another child