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Margaret Moser and the Texas Blondes

January 20, 2012


Margaret Moser


At the age of fifteen Margaret broke up with her boyfriend
and slept with one of the members of Blue Cheer (1970).


Margaret Moser and The Romantics,
grabbing Jimmy the drummer in the crotch.


Margaret and her girlfriends were named The Texas Blondes
by John Cale. Margaret fell deeply in love with John.


E.A. Srere, Margaret, Jessica and Martha.


Margaret with another Texas Blonde, Dayna Blackwell-Howse.
Kim Fowley had written a song about Iggy Pop, Dayna, John Cale and Margaret.


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


Margaret Moser, Candye Kane and Pamela des Barres.


Margaret Moser works for the Austin Chronicle an SXSW (South by Southwest festival)


Margaret Moser, ex husband Ken Hoge,
Margarets little brother Stephen MacMillan Moser,
Dayna Louise Blackwell and daughter Madeline Claire Blackwell-Howes
and E.A. Srere in the background.

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