In the lead-up to being the musical guest on tomorrow night's episode of Saturday Night Live, Jack White stopped by The Tonight Show to shoot the breeze with Jimmy Fallon on a variety of topics.
Obviously, White and Fallon talked about Boarding House Reach, White's latest album, as well as his upcoming tour. One thing that was discussed that was rather interesting is how both White and Fallon were altar boys growing up and how they often goofed off during mass. White said he pitched a sketch idea to this week's SNL host John Mullaney, who was also an altar boy, about possibly doing an altar boy sketch.
Jack White talks about being a hat trick musical guest on Saturday Night Live, exchanges altar boy stories with Jimmy and reveals why he takes time off every two weeks when touring.
Jack White gets nostalgic talking about his old-school process of using retro equipment like a four-track reel-to-reel to record his latest album, Boarding House Reach, and explains how Al Capone inspired his song "Humoresque."