His set roars into life with the blues boogie of "Henry Nearly Killed Me (It's a Shame)".
Megan Martha "Meg" White (born December 10, 1974) is an American drummer known for her work with Jack White in the Detroit rock duo The White Stripes. The two decided to form a band and began performing two months later, calling themselves The White Stripes because of their last name and Meg's preference for peppermint candy.
After a few public appearances, and a hiatus from recording, The White Stripes announced in February 2011 that they would be disbanding.
The same can't be said for his tight-knit touring band, all of whom seem entirely happy to be here.
Lamontagne's new album, Gossip in the Grain, is his most varied and textural collection to date, from the Motown brass of "You Are the Best Thing" to the Nick Drake-ry of "Sarah" and "Winter Birds", to the Ennio Morricone-meets-"Strawberry-Fields" stylings of "Meg White", which proves that he's a fan of The White Stripes, too.
White has been nominated for various awards as a part of the White Stripes, and has received four Grammy Awards.