Megan Martha "Meg" White (born December 10, 1974) is the drummer for Detroit band The White Stripes, a duo consisting of Meg and Jack White (although they claimed to be brother and sister, they are actually ex-husband-and-wife). Meg's sturdy drumming contrasts and complements Jack's dynamic guitar playing. While Jack is the nominated lead vocalist of the pair, Meg capably took vocal duties on "In the Cold, Cold Night", from the band's fourth album, Elephant. In addition, Meg has another lead vocal performance on the ninth track from the band's fifth album, Get Behind Me Satan, entitled "Passive Manipulation".
Loretta Lynn, who befriended the pair whilst collaborating with Jack in 2004, has said that Jack and Meg may have been married not once but twice.
She appeared, with Jack, in one of the more memorable segments of Jim Jarmusch's 2003 film, Coffee and Cigarettes.