Jack White releases ‘A Tip From You To Me’ performance video

Clip features footage filmed during summer tour

Jack White shares an official live performance video for “A Tip From You To Me.” The video – edited by Brad Holland – features exclusive footage filmed throughout the summer during White’s epic Supply Chain Issues Tour, along with live audio from his August 13th Minneapolis, MN show at The Armory. “A Tip From You To Me” is but one of the many highlights found on White’s chart-topping second solo album of the year, Entering Heaven Alive, available everywhere now via Third Man Records.

The Supply Chain Issues Tour continues this month with shows in Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. White returns to North America in December for radio-sponsored concerts Audacy Beach Festival in Fort Lauderdale, FL on December 3rd, followed by Tampa, FL’s 97X Next Big Thing on December 4th, Chicago, IL’s Q101 Twisted Christmas on December 8th, and in January, Los Angeles’ iHeartRadio ALTer EGO on January 14th.

Last weekend saw White honoring the life and legacy of his late friend and collaborator, Loretta Lynn, with a moving performance of “Van Lear Rose” at CMT and Sandbox Live’s Coal Miner’s Daughter: A Celebration Of The Life & Music Of Loretta Lynn, a public memorial service broadcast live from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville exclusively on CMT. Two additional commercial-free encores air Wednesday, November 2nd at 8 pm ET/PT and Sunday, November 6th at 11 am ET/PT. The special will also be made available on Paramount+ in early 2023.

Entering Heaven Alive debuted at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 upon its July release – White’s second top 10 chart debut this year following the April arrival of White’s first solo album of 2022, Fear of the Dawn, which made its own Billboard 200 entry at No. 4. The two albums also landed atop a variety of additional Billboard charts, including Top Alternative Albums and Top Rock Albums, marking White’s fourth and fifth consecutive No. 1 debuts on both charts.

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