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    Rock in a hard place

    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).

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  • 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."

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  • "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."

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