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28) in Nashville, Tenn., at the Bridgestone Arena, and fans were treated to rare performances by the pair.“I love that kid,” Lynn said before the show.
“It’s gonna be good to sing with him again ..."Lynn was on the bill as White's opening act for the show, but later on in the evening, the two made a glorious pairing, singing ' Portland, Oregon,' a duet from the songstress' 2004 record ' Van Lear Rose,' as White's current band and his former rock-pop group the Raconteurs played along.
The birthday bash will also feature an appearance by Jack White, who’s done a lot to turn new audiences onto Lynn in the 21st century, including producing her 2004 comeback album gave it four stars, with Rob Sheffield writing,“She still sings with all the passion of the blue Kentucky girl who busted out of Butcher Hollow, the coal miner’s daughter who got married at thirteen and fought her way to fame.
She’s always had the toughest, meanest, fiercest, warmest and sexiest voice in country music.” to perform “Portland, Oregon,” a boozy country epic with one of the greatest intros of the century.
White joined Lynn on the tune, heralding her as "the greatest female singer-songwriter of the 20th century." He also added a bit of tongue-in-cheek humor, telling the Country Music Hall of Famer, "Well, thank you, Loretta, I'm glad you didn't have nothing better to do tonight."The 82-year-old singer isn't slowing down in the least.
24 on the Billboard 200, the most successful crossover album of Lynn's 60-year career.The clip, directed by Sophie Mueller (Maroon 5, Coldplay), plays up the May-December side of their relationship, as the 29-year-old White and the 70-year-old Lynn make googley eyes at each other throughout the clip.And to top it all off, toward the end of the clip, White even gives the great-grandmother some sugar with a kiss on the lips!White also co-wrote one track, sings a duet with Lynn, and performs throughout the entire album as a musician.At the time of the album's release, Lynn was 72 and White was 28.