Two Nice Girls

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For their self-titled debut album, see 2 Nice Girls.
Two Nice Girls
Two Nice Girls
Background information
Origin Austin, Texas
Genres Country rock
Years active 1989–1992
Labels Rough Trade Records

Two Nice Girls were a self-styled "dyke rock" band from Austin, Texas, featuring singer-songwriter Gretchen Phillips.

The group's original line up (1986–1989) was

Members each wrote songs and took turns on different instruments. Freelove left following completion of the band's first album in 1989 to pursue a solo career. She was replaced by Meg Hentges. Drummer Pam Barger was added to the band just prior to Freelove's departure.

Two Nice Girls won a GLAAD Media Award in 1991. The group broke up in 1992. Hentges went on to release an EP and two full-length albums. Phillips recorded several self-released albums and formed other bands. Korniloff moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in sound design and music for motion pictures. Barger moved to Seattle and joined The Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet.


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