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On the wall is an overview of the band’s history in concert posters, arranged chronologically from left to right.
I said 'Pardon me, but I don't think so.'" In a 1994 Spin magazine feature, Elizabeth Gilbert characterized buckle bunnies as an essential element of the rodeo scene, and described a particularly dedicated group of bunnies who are known on the rodeo circuit for their supportive attitude and generosity, going beyond sex, to "some fascination with providing the most macho group of guys on earth with the only brand of nurturing they will accept".
A characteristic that may classify one as a groupie is a promiscuous reputation.
Connie Hamzy, also known as "Sweet Connie", a prominent groupie in the 1960s, argues in favor of the groupie movement and defends her chosen lifestyle by saying, "Look we're not hookers, we loved the glamour".
She was after sex, and she unabashedly shared intimate moments with virtually every rock star – even their roadies – who came through Arkansas." Her most recent book, Let's Spend the Night Together (2007), is a collection of wildly varied interviews with classic "old school" groupies including Catherine James, Connie Hamzy, Cherry Vanilla, Dee Dee Keel, Margaret Moser, as well as 80s and 90s groupies including Pleasant Gehman, Patti Johnsen, and Lexa Vonn.
Des Barres described Keel as: "One of the most intimidating dolls...
Women who adopt this role are sometimes referred to as "road wives".
Cynthia Plaster Caster, Cleo Odzer, Barbara Cope ("The Butter Queen") and The GTOs ("Girls Together Outrageously"), with Pamela Des Barres, in particular, as de facto spokeswoman, are probably the best known groupies of this type.
A prominent explanation of the groupie concept came from Rolling Stone magazine, which published an issue devoted to the topic, Groupies: The Girls of Rock (February 1969), which emphasized the sexual behavior of rock musicians and groupies.
TIME Magazine published an article, "Manners And Morals: The Groupies", later that month.
a slim strawberry blonde who won the highly prized job of Whisky office manager after her predecessor Gail Sloatman met Frank Zappa and became what we all wanted to be." Keel was one of the few who stayed connected in Hollywood and with bands for nearly three decades.
Des Barres, who married rock singer/actor Michael Des Barres, also persuaded cult actress Tura Satana, singer and model Bebe Buell, actress Patti D'Arbanville, and Cassandra Peterson, better known as Elvira, Mistress of the Dark to talk about their relationships with musicians.
However, her openness regarding her sexual endeavors with various rock stars is exactly what has enhanced the negative connotations surrounding her type.