I was there! Amazing! They don’t make em like they used to anymore
Was at Reading 2002 & 2004… 2002 they played on the main stage during the Saturday afternoon & blew the doors off the place. Jack was on fire. He later guested during The Strokes set, playing guitar on (if my memory serves me correctly) NY City Cops
One of the best weekends of life! The white stripes were amazing 🤩
One of my favorite artists. Little Meg blows my mind with drumming skills. As for Jack. I own ALL his music. The the raconteurs. AWSOME album. It’s one of Jacks other bands. He incredible
That was the best night that weekend. Friday was hard work. White stripes just bloody awesome and supergrass in the tent on Sunday were fantastic.
The mud and floods were horrendous!
went to the empress ballroom in Blackpool to watch them around this time fuckin fantastic gig
I was there, my first festival was 1980, I was 42 in 2004 and loved it!
It was incredible I went to leeds for the white stripes they were unreal just like when I saw them at the famous Blackpool gig
A blessed line up.. What else can we say? Compared to today's crap..
Strange times. The Darkness coheadlining a festival with the Stripes and some other band I’ve never heard of.
I can't remember the year, but wanted to see them at Old Trafford cricket ground for some all day event around this time, but they pulled out, and we got The Flaming Lips instead!!! Was not happy, but at least the Manics were good!
That lineup is giving me THE FEELS
Gone are the days of having line ups like that now.
My band is called Meg’s cans.
Went to Leeds that year, from what I remember Morrissey headlined on the Sunday night.
How could the Darkness headline over the Offspring
They don't have line ups like this anymore.
The Dolls and Morrissey on the same bill? Moz had to be in heaven.
I was there….great gig! 👍🏻
Where is the live WS album?
We were there at Leeds was fantastic as Mr White is always fab live x🥰
The White Stripes Live at the Troubadour 7/17 is now streaming on nugs.net ! "So what a delight it is for off-the-cuff covers like Tommy Johnson's "Cool Drink of Water Blues" and Gene Vincent's "Baby Blue" and "Farmer John" by Don and Dewey all to sit comfortably among the standards of the era like "Dead Leaves" and "Little Room" and "The Union Forever." The accent-based "St. James Infirmary" is always a treat and anytime any song comes after "Boll Weevil" I consider that extra special." -Ben Blackwell. Read the rest of Blackwell's thoughts on the show and listen now here: www.nugs.net/live-download-of-the-white-stripes-the-troubadour-los-angeles-ca-07-17-2001-mp3-flac-or-online-music-streaming/27068.html ... See MoreSee Less