Margaret Moser and the Texas Blondes
Margaret and Cindy Wilson of the B-52’s.
From her article Lust for Life in the Austin Chronicle:
It was the dawn of the Eighties. We were stardust and we were golden. We ran around with U2, the Clash, the B-52’s, Talking Heads, the Ramones, the Police, the Plasmatics, Echo & the Bunnymen, R.E.M., the Pretenders, Devo, the Go-Go’s, Psychedelic Furs, Blondie, the Blasters, the Romantics, Rockpile, the Eurythmics, Oingo Boingo …
We loved the boys, and we loved the girls too. Alice took The Edge to church, but I offered to teach Marianne Faithfull to play poker. We bought bandannas at Chrissie Hynde’s request, drove Annie Lennox around, and shopped with Cindy and Kate from the B-52’s.
First honorary Texas Blonde, Deerfrance, background singer with the John Cale Band, who later married Dee Pop, the drummer of the Bush Tetras. Deerfrance says in an interview: That band changed the backstage groupie scene, being an almost all-girl lesbian band