One Note Wonder

Silly headlines like this have been in the Canadian news a lot since yesterday: And on that note, the White Stripes tour is over:

The White Stripes put on a surprise pre-concert show for fans in St. John’s Monday evening, but it could not have been much shorter.
…the White Stripes played just a single note — reportedly a C-sharp — before telling fans they would see them at the scheduled concert.
…he crowd cheered loudly after the Stripes played their one note, took a bow, and left the stage.

Kinda neat. I have no idea who The White Stripes are, though. If it ain’t on CBC Radio Two, it ain’t worth listening to!

3 Replies to “One Note Wonder”

  1. yeah…except cbc radio one has been blabbing about this “band” for a number of days…they are iqualit, they are going bowling….eeesssh….if only i could hear some rush or pg on cbc….I am assuming the white stripes are a band and not some horde of maurading killer skunks…

  2. Oh yeah, I HAVE heard a lot about them, but not ONE tune. I don’t think I’ve ever heard a White Stripes song, or if I have it didn’t make an impression.

    I think it’s admirable that they’re playing EVERYWHERE – lots of towns and every part of Canada.

  3. No way, man, CBC Raido 1 all the way!

    I don’t know who the White Stripes are. I first heard of them when they came here to St. John’s. All the people I know who listen to shitty music (everyone) know them. I heard about the White Stripes on CBC Radio 1, rumours flying everywhere, which is ironic seeing how 90% of CBC Radio 1 listeners (like me) have no clue who they are and don’t care.

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