From Minnesota, the two-person indie-rock group LOW is well-known.
Mimi Parker, the band’s drummer, passed away on November 5, 2022.
Who was Mimi Parker?
In 1993, the 55-year-old and her husband, guitarist and vocalist Alan Sparhawk, founded the indie-rock group Low.
She revealed to the Chickfactor in an interview that she was raised in a musical family and began playing the drums in her high school marching band.
Since receiving her diagnosis in 2020, Parker has been battling ovarian cancer.
Who is Mimi Parker’s husband?
Parker was wed to Alan, another bandmate.
The two started dating in high school after first meeting in the fourth grade.
According to NPR, they got married after dating for two years and have two kids together.
In 2021, Parker told the magazine, “Honestly, if the marriage, for the family… we never would have lived this long as a band.”
Alan, a bandmate, and Parker were wed.
In fourth grade, they first spoke, and they started dating in high school.
After dating for two years, they got married and have two kids together, according to NPR.
We would not have endured as a band this long, Parker admitted to the publication in 2021 if it weren’t for the marriage and the family.
Hey What, the group’s most recent album, was released in the same year.
The band has more than 360k monthly Spotify listeners, and Lullaby, from their 1994 album I Could Live in Hope, is their most well-known song.
The band, which NPR describes as being “anchored by the delicate vocal harmonies of its centre duo, which could pierce through even the harshest sounds,” was well-known for its “beautifully simple, droning and sombre instrumentals.”