The White Stripes

The White Stripes

The White Stripes began as part of a late-Nineties garage-rock revival, but the duo's music and concept — a once-married couple who pretended to be siblings and wore alternating red-and-white outfits – was always bigger than the lo-fi rock & roll of a typical garage band. Jack and Meg White created such a buzz on the underground music scene of the early-2000s that their third album, White Blood Cells, managed to climb to Number 61 on the Billboard 200, quite a feat for a raw and abrasive experimental rock band with no bassist and no second guitarist.... more