Jack White kicked off his first-ever solo tour in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Saturday night with a set in which he mixed new songs from his forthcoming solo debut debut Blunderbuss with material from his records with the White Stripes, Dead Weather and the Raconteurs. Rolling Stone’s Rachael Maddux was on the scene, and was especially impressed by White’s new drummer. “[‘Ball and Biscuit’] spooled into a blues mini-jam, with White screeling away and drummer Carla Azar, buttoned into a high-necked, long-sleeved lace dress, bent double and pounding like a madwoman to the last beat. (Here my notes read “Sorry Meg,” followed by a sloppily-rendered sadface.),” she wrote.