Meet the Maidens
Band role: Manager, convention outreach, folk community outreach, performer
Areas of expertise: Sex education, folk music history and community
Fave fandoms: Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Disney, Game of Thrones, Supernatural, musicals, My Little Pony, MCU
Fave comics: The Devil's Panties, Star Power, Dominic Deegan, Lucifer, Astonishing X-Men
Fave music: Carbon Leaf, David Bowie, Lady Gaga, Kesha, Weird Al Yankovic, Black Eyed Peas, Beyonce, The Bad Touch, Daft Punk, Gorillaz, Papa Roach, Marilyn Manson, Peter Paul and Mary, Dua Lipa, Toadies, Korn, Rammstein, Depeche Mode, Garbage, Peaches, Mary Prankster, Richard Cheese, Lovage, Stone Sour, Pink, Spice Girls, Aqua, Bo Burnham, Flight of the Conchords, Bowling For Soup… and YES. EVEN NICKELBACK.
Hobbies: Modeling, throwing themed parties, Renaissance festivals, fandom conventions, sewing, film, photography, kink
Favorite candy: Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
Would spend stupid amounts of money at/on: Adult toys/products, Disney World, and DragonCon
Saber has been singing in front of audiences since she was 3. In addition to singing with the Maidens, she also sings with and manages another pirate band called Scales and Crosstones, established in 2007. They have released four albums, three of which can be found on their Bandcamp.
Saber's childhood through adult years were spent in a very conservative environment, which pushed her to strike out and try new and exciting things. While employed at Piratz Tavern in Silver Spring as “day wench" from 2009 to 2013, she formulated the idea for an all girls singing group, and eventually found the other members of the Misbehavin' Maidens. She now works at a “General Variety Store” in the local area, studying and providing adult sex education, as well as teaching classes through the store and at community events and conventions. Her long term goals are to continue to teach Adult and Pleasure Education, and would someday like to own a shop, or run a dungeon of her own.
Band role: Harmonist, ukulele, tambourine, music director, website maintenance
Areas of expertise: Anime, cosplay skits, web development
Fave fandoms: Doctor Who, Steven Universe, The Slayers, Critical Role
Fave books: Harry Potter, Where the Sidewalk Ends
Fave comics: X-Men, Otoyomegatari, Flipside
Fave music: Yuki Kajiura, Yoko Kanno, Diana Garnet, One OK Rock, Noel Gallagher, The Doubleclicks, PDX Broadsides, Paul and Storm, Jonathan Coulton, The Struts, the list goes on and on
Hobbies: Cosplay, D&D, Karaoke, watching stand-up comedy
Fave cosplays: River Song (Doctor Who), Mon Mothma (Star Wars), Wash (Firefly)
Favorite candy: Strawberry Sour Belts/Sour Punch
Would spend stupid amounts of money at/on: Attending conventions, D&D character art
Home conventions: Ohayocon, Regeneration WHO
Fave tabletop games: D&D 5E, Rogue Trader, Dropmix, Cards Against Humanity, Pandemic, Red Dragon Inn, Betrayal at House on the Hill
Flint has been singing for as long as she can remember and has performed in multiple all-female and chamber choirs as well as solo/ensemble competitions during her school tenure. Former lead vocalist for World, a J-Pop/J-Rock cover band, she was also a member of Pirates for Sail from 2009-2014 and appeared on their 3rd album, "Dark Side of the Lagoon." A born Floridian turned Ohioan turned Marylander, she is just glad to be in a state that has seasons that aren't Winter or Construction. By day she's a web developer for a non-profit, by night she's a TARDIS-traveler, cosplayer, anime geek, Crystal Gem, ukulele collector, karaoke ninja, and D&D junkie.
"Lucky" Annie LeBlanc
Band role: “Captain Plan-It” (logistics), marketing, social media wizardry, Kickstarter Wizard, composer and lyricist, performer
Areas of expertise: Running Kickstarters, social media, feminism
Fave fandoms: MST3K/Rifftrax, Steven Universe, Harry Potter
Fave books: Iron Druid Chronicles series by Kevin Hearne; Wool series by Hugh Howey, Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling
Fave comics: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl
Fave music: Dessa, Poe, The PDX Broadsides, MIKA
Hobbies: Indoor rock climbing, crochet, cooking, crafting
Fave cosplays: Luna Lovegood and Jillian Holtzmann
Favorite candy: Marzipan Ritter Sports
Would spend stupid amounts of money at: LookHuman.com
Home convention: CONvergence in Minneapolis
Fave tabletop games: Telestrations After Dark, Talisman, Betrayal at House on the Hill, Cards Against Humanity, Ascension
Annie Lynsen has been writing and singing in choirs and musical groups since childhood. She’s written and composed a few of the Misbehavin’ Maidens’ songs, including “Aspirin ‘Twixt Our Knees,” “I Wanna Make Out With You at Cons,” “Bibliophilia,” and "Drinks Don't Have a Fucking Gender." Prior to the Maidens, she sang with Pirates for Sail from 2010-2013, appearing on their third CD, "Dark Side of the Lagoon."
Annie grew up in Minnesota and relocated to the D.C. area in 2005. By day she's a web content strategist, and by night she keeps busy with several hobbies and close friends.
Band role: Treasurer, Bad influence, performer
Fave fandoms: Star Trek, Harry Potter
Fave books: The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher
Fave music: Hozier, Florence & the Machine, all forms of Electroswing
Hobbies: Mixology, party planning, tabletop pen & paper games
Fave cosplays: Abaddon from Supernatural, Dr. Crusher from Star Trek: TNG
Favorite candy: Chocolate oranges and Andes mints
Would spend stupid amounts of money at/on: Whiskey and ALPACA FIBER EVERYTHING
Fave tabletop games: Fate and Mage system (pen & paper)
Rouge is a casual singer, who participated in school choirs and sang along to the radio as she was growing up. She has never received any formal vocal training, but is quite enthusiastic about it anyway. She fell in with piracy when she became one of the bartenders at Piratz Tavern back in 2010, where she met the ne’er-do-wells who would later go on to become the Maidens. Rouge has enjoyed learning on her feet with the Maidens in her first chance to perform with a group.