Jack White to be First Musical Guest on 'Conan'

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Conan O'Brien and White teamed up for the final performance on Late Night With Conan O'Brien as well, so while the collaboration is nothing new, it's still an exciting favorite to watch.

It has not yet been said whether Jack White will be performing solo or with one of the countless side project bands he has, but my best guess is that he'll play a duet with CoCo himself. The duo recorded a live album in June on White's Third Man Records.

Regardless, Conan is going to have a hard-rocking first week of his show. In addition to Jack White, Soundgarden and Fistful of Mercy are also set to play on November 9 and 10.

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