Kate Pierson, co-founder of the band The B-52s, has married her longtime partner Monica Coleman in Hawaii.
The 67-year-old “Love Shack” singer took to her Facebook page on Tuesday to share photos of her and her new wife’s wedding photos.
The singer and artist Coleman exchanged vows in Hawaii on Monday, with both women in Victorian-style wedding gowns.
Another cute photo shows Kate and Monica as they pose together in pretty traditional floral leis, with Kate wearing a floral headpiece.
Other photos before the ceremony showed the beautiful scenery in Hawaii.
Most of us remember The B-52s for their popular song “Love Shack”:
“Sia performed the song she wrote for the couple “Crush Me With You Love” on Pierson’s first solo album Guitars and Microphones and was accompanied by the famous Hawaii music group the Lim Family who serenaded the attendees during the event. Fred Schneider made the best man speech.”
In 1978 The B-52s shot to underground stardom with their first hit “Rock Lobster”.
Their guitarist, Ricky Wilson, passed away in 1982, with the remaining members – Kate Pierson, Fred Schneider, Cindy Wilson, and Keith Strickland –continuing to perform.
The B-52s are currently touring with The Psychedelic Furs with a string of concerts at the Hollywood Bowl this fall.
Kate has also released a solo project earlier this year, entitled Guitars and Microphones.
Congrats to the happy couple!
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