Rocker Jack White isn't worried if THE White Stripes never tour again following drummer Meg White's recent medical crisis. The pair scrapped a series of concerts in September (07) after frontman Jack revealed his partner was suffering from "acute anxiety", leaving her unable to travel. And despite the band's reputation as a fierce live act, Jack insists The White Stripes will adapt if they can never perform onstage again. He says, "If we didn't ever tour again it doesn't matter to me. There's so many different aspects to being creative that it doesn't matter if one component is changed. "And if something isn't working for you and it's detrimental to you, then you have to figure out a new way to attack it, a new way to look at it. I think that's what Meg's doing... We'll find our spots, we'll find our moments. We already talked about other songs we're working on."