Long running radio variety show A Prairie Home Companion started their 2016 season over the weekend, but with one major change, no Garrison Keillor. Keillor, who created the beloved show in 1974, retired last year, and virtuoso mandolinist Chris Thile (Nickel Creek, The Punch Brothers) took over as host to carry the torch into its next generation. For his first show, Thile selected Jack White, Lake Street Dive, and Maeve Higgins, as the musical guests, and one of the particular highlights was White performing “I’m Lonely (But I Ain’t That Lonely Yet)” with rising local country superstar Margo Price. The track, which first appeared on The White Stripes’ 2005 release Get Behind Me Satan, was rehashed earlier this year in Jack White’s career spanning acoustic anthology, Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016. You can head below to watch White and Price perform together, as well as White performing two more cuts from the new record, “City Lights” and “Carolina Drama,” the latter featuring host Chris Thile on mandolin.