Jack White to Play Celebrity Baseball for Native American Youth Programs

Jack White (courtesy of Music Allies)

Jack White (courtesy of Music Allies)

Jack White will play in a charity baseball game this Sunday in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The game will raise funds for Native American youth athletics programs.
Jack White, Hangout Music Festival (courtesy Josh Rhinehart)

Jack White, Hangout Music Festival (courtesy Josh Rhinehart)

White, will lead the Warstic Woodmen — named after his baseball bat company — against the Green Country All Stars, which consists of local Northeast Oklahoma baseball players.

In addition to the actual game, the event will feature a live painting performance from artist Bunky Echo-Hawk, as well as live performances, singing and dancing.

Earlier this year, White played an impromptu baseball game in Cooperstown, New York — the home of the Baseball Hall of Fame — while on tour behind his new solo album, Boarding House Reach. The bat he used during the game was later enshrined in the Hall of Fame museum.

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