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White has been nominated for various awards as a part of the White Stripes, and has received four Grammy Awards.
Her drumming style has been called "primal" for its simplicity, and drew both praise and criticism from fans and critics.
Though publicly insisting they were siblings, public records emerged in 2001 that indicated that she and Jack were married in 1996, prior to the band's formation; they divorced in 2000, before The White Stripes ascended to international fame.
In 2009, she married guitarist Jackson Smith, son of musicians Patti Smith and Fred "Sonic" Smith. While on tour in support for The White Stripes' sixth studio album, Icky Thump, White suffered a bout of acute anxiety, and the remaining dates of the tour were cancelled.
White has not been active in the music industry since. The album eventually peaked at number 38 in Billboard's Independent Albums chart.
Lime’s old pal, destitute pulp writer Holly Martins (played by frequent Welles cohort Joseph Cotten), is the film’s ostensible protagonist.
But Lime is the one who controls the story, which centers on Martins investigating the circumstances of his enigmatic childhood chum’s demise.
Even as their success as a band was mounting, their personal relationship was faltering, and they were divorced in 2000.
Of a 2002 concert in Cleveland, Ohio, Chuck Klosterman said, "[Meg] never grimaced and didn't appear to sweat; yet somehow her drums sounded like a herd of Clydesdales falling out of the sky, one after another.
Meg also used Remo and Ludwig drumheads, various percussion instruments and Vater drumsticks.