Jack White Makes Solo Debut on 'SNL': Watch
Last night's "Saturday Night Live" may have been all about comeback kid Lindsay Lohan, but Jack White was also having his own moment in the sun, making his first TV performance behind his solo project. But White's used to this sort of thing: In 2002, when the White Stripes made their debut on "SNL," the host was also a highly-anticipated one, Sen. John McCain.
Complete with two different backing bands (one all-female, one all-male), White rocked the Studio 8H stage with tracks off "Blunderbuss," his upcoming solo debut (out April 24, Third Man/Columbia). First came the album's country-soul single, "Love Interruption," followed by the Stripes-esque headbanger "Sixteen Saltines." Watch both performances below.