White Stripes Play Atlanta’s Music Midtown
It was 10 p.m. and the edge of Tropical Storm Arlene was laying down a steady mist as the thousands-strong crowd edged towards a stage nestled in the parking lot of the Atlanta Civic Center. Jack kicked right in to a bluesy squall — a sure tribute to Georgia’s own Blind Willie McTell and the 12-string “Statesboro Blues” — and he stalked around Meg’s drum kit upon his entrance.
It was the White Stripes’ first show on American soil in support of Get Behind Me Satan, their new album, and spin.com was there. Click here to read the entire review.