Billie Eilish Performed an Acoustic Set at Jack White’s Third Man Records & He Turned It Into a Live Album

Miss Billie Eilish’s acoustic set from Jack White’s Third Man Records in Nashville on Wednesday night? Don’t worry, because White cut the live album direct to acetate disc and is making the vinyl version exclusively available at the label’s Nashville and Detroit retail locations in December.

The “Bad Guy” hitmaker teamed up with her chief collaborator and brother Finneas to play an intimate, invite-only concert, where the 17-year-old singer ran through an 11-song set, including “Bad Guy,” “Ocean Eyes,” “Bury a Friend” and “I Love You.”

“Do you see that? They’re like making my voice onto a thing. Like right now! That’s crazy,” Eilish said in awe of White’s recording process, which was projected onto a live video feed, as reported by The Tennessean.

White shared the same admiration for the young artist, introducing her as “someone we really love, and we think is really innovative and inspiring,” according to the press release.

Following her closing song “When the Party’s Over,” she returned the kind gesture and described the 44-year-old performer as someone who’s been “inspiring a whole generation of people to do what they want.”

Check out the pictures from Eilish’s acoustic set at Third Man Records below.

Via: Billboard