The 55th Annual Grammy Awards took place on Sunday and Jack White lit up the stage with a stunning performance.
White, who was up for three Grammys, played "Love Interruption" and "Freedom at 21."
White was nominated for Album of the Year and Best Rock Album for "Blunderbuss," and Best Rock Song for "Freedom at 21."
"Blunderbuss" is White's first solo studio album. The album performed well commercially, reaching number one on the Billboard chart.
For more than a decade, White performed with his now ex-wife, Meg White, as The White Stripes. The duo won multiple Grammy awards as The White Stripes, including Best Alternative Music Album for 2003's "Elephant" and 2005's "Get Behind Me Satan."
The awards show, which was held on Feb. 10 at Los Angeles' Staples Center, also included performances by Justin Timberlake, Carrie Underwood, Frank Ocean, and Taylor Swift. LL Cool J hosted the show.