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Topic - John Burridge
The White Stripes are one of the world's biggest rock bands. It's only fitting that their summer tour includes some of the biggest venues in North America: New York's Madison Square Garden (capacity: 20,000), Fairfax's Patriot Center (capacity: 10,000), Whitehorse's Yukon Arts Centre (capacity: just over 400).
Yellowknife's John Burridge says, "I could have checked out Canadian acts like Little Miss Higgins — out of Saskatchewan, I think — or the Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir."
"The sound was kind of scattered and buzzy, probably because the band did not have the luxury of using much of their own equipment or touring gear," he reports. "Certainly, I thought it was a fantastic gesture on the part of the band, but some people refused to hear that I had any reservations."