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|Rose at Jun 01, 2019 11:03 AM|
Margaret and Jennifer
M- I love it. To me, that's one of the really wonderful things about
Austin is that it really feels so much like home. When I went away-- I
lived in Hawaii for two and a half years and, God, it was horrible! I
mean, physcially, it's the most beautiful place I've ever seen in my
life, and I had some really amazing adventures there.
S- When did you move out there?
M- I moved there in October of '88 and I moved back in June of '91.
S- You were on the groupie panel two or three years ago at South By
S- You said something about writing good-byes in bathrooms in rock
clubs here, I think. Is that right?
M- Oh yeah! I did. I almost forgot about that. I went around to all
the bathrooms and took my Sharpie marker and I wrote good-byes on
all the bathroom walls.
S- So I guess you quit writing for the chronicle [When you moved to
M- No, actually I continued to do writing for them. it wasn't real
often. I probably did two, three, four pieces a year for them and then
unfortunately I was over there when Stevie Vaughan died and so they
called me and said, "We need you to do part of the history on him."
And I remember sitting in my office and looking out at waterfalls up
in the mountains in Hawaii, and it was so beautiful and I was so sad
and I knew right then and there that I was never going to stay in
Hawaii, as beautiful as it was.
S- What got you out there in the first place?
M- My husband. I was married to a tattoo artist named Rollo Banks.
You know, this is how I'm, like, practially related to Michael
Corcoran. Because my ex knew Michael Corcoran in Hawaii and they