Real Groovy to screen White Stripes NZ school gig
Fri, 22 Jun 2012 11:15a.m.
Auckland’s Real Groovy record store will host an exclusive screening of a classic White Stripes gig at a New Zealand primary school later this month.
In 2003, the White Stripes were touring the world in support of their acclaimed fourth album Elephant, which featured the hit 'Seven Nation Army'.
The rock duo of Jack and Meg White say they had always wanted to play at an elementary school, and finally got the opportunity at Freeman's Bay Primary School in Auckland.
They played seven songs during an intimate lunchtime show for the pupils and staff in the school's auditorium, all recorded on one VHS camera. There was little advance warning and no media present.
The footage taken that day has never been released before. It is now being issued as part of Third Man Records 'Vault' series.
Real Groovy Records will be holding an in-store, one time only public screening of this unique performance on Thursday June 28 at 7pm. Admission is free.
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