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White Stripes - Live At The Detroit Institute Of Arts
White Stripes - Live At The Detroit Institute Of Arts

TMR Vault #50. Complete.

2 LP set on coloured vinyl with a DVD and 7" single with lyric sheet and 4 9"x6" card photo prints.  Recorded at the Detroit Institute Of Arts - 11/2/01


Sealed Items. Unplayed and presumed mint. Unbranded original mailer.

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On a crisp fall evening in 2011, the iconic White Stripes took the stage at the Detroit Institute of Arts for a once-in-a-lifetime concert experience. The historic event brought together the raw energy of the band and the timeless beauty of the museum, creating a unique and unforgettable atmosphere for fans and art lovers alike.

As the sun began to set over the city of Detroit, fans eagerly lined up outside the museum's majestic entrance, buzzing with excitement for the highly anticipated performance. The White Stripes, consisting of the enigmatic duo Jack and Meg White, had not played a concert in their hometown of Detroit in over four years, making this show even more special for their loyal fanbase.

As the doors opened, the crowd rushed into the museum's Great Hall, a stunning space adorned with marble floors, towering columns, and a grand staircase. The stage was set up at the foot of the staircase, creating a dramatic backdrop for the band's performance. The audience was a diverse mix of die-hard fans, art enthusiasts, and curious onlookers, all eager to experience the magic of the White Stripes in such a unique setting.

As the lights dimmed and the band took the stage, the crowd erupted into cheers and applause. Jack, dressed in his signature red and white attire, greeted the audience with a smile and a wave before launching into the first song of the night, "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground." The energy in the room was electric as the band effortlessly transitioned from one hit song to the next, including "Fell in Love with a Girl," "Seven Nation Army," and "Icky Thump."

But it wasn't just the music that captivated the audience. The backdrop of the museum's priceless art collection added a whole new dimension to the performance. As the band played, the audience was surrounded by works of art from renowned artists such as Van Gogh, Monet, and Rembrandt, creating a surreal and immersive experience that blurred the lines between music and art.

At one point during the concert, Jack even took a moment to acknowledge the unique setting, stating, "We feel incredibly honored to be playing in this beautiful museum. It's such a special place for us and for the city of Detroit." The sentiment was shared by the audience, who couldn't help but feel a sense of pride and nostalgia for their city and its rich history.

As the night progressed, the band continued to deliver an unforgettable performance, with Meg's powerful drumming and Jack's mesmerizing guitar skills captivating the audience until the very last note. The concert ended with a standing ovation and thunderous applause, as fans were left in awe of the White Stripes' talent and the incredible experience they had just been a part of.

The White Stripes' performance at the Detroit Institute of Arts in 2011 will forever be remembered as a one-of-a-kind concert that brought together the worlds of music and art in a truly spectacular way. It was a testament to the band's love for their hometown and their passion for pushing boundaries and creating unforgettable experiences for their fans. And for those lucky enough to have been in attendance, it will always hold a special place in their hearts as a night they will never forget.




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