Roadie dating

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The following year, a documentary film titled Groupies (1970) was released.Female groupies in particular have a long-standing reputation of being available to celebrities, pop stars, rock stars and other public figures.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.Also according to Des Barres' book, During the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo space programs, women would hang around the hotels of Clear Lake and Cocoa Beach "collecting" astronauts.Known as Patsy but changed her name to Kim, when she took up a modelling career after having been a hairdresser. Kim and Keith Moon, Patty Boyd, Simon and Marijke, Charlotte Martin.She looked a bit like Patty Boyd and was asked to change her name. At the performance of satellite worldwide broadcast. And later went to live with Ian Mc Lagan, the keyboard player of The Small Faces and The Faces.The band comprised seven young women: Miss Pamela (Pamela Des Barres), Miss Sparky (Linda Sue Parker), Miss Lucy (Lucy Mc Laren), Miss Christine (Christine Frka), Miss Sandra (Sandra Leano), Miss Mercy (Mercy Fontentot), and Miss Cynderella (Cynthia Cale-Binion).

Kim Mc Lagan died on 2 August 2006 in a traffic accident in Travis County, Texas, aged 57.

Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant is quoted as distinguishing between fans who wanted brief sexual encounters, and "groupies" who traveled with musicians for extended periods of time, acting as a surrogate girlfriend, and often taking care of the musician's wardrobe and social life.

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.

Musician Frank Zappa organized "The GTOs" in the late 1960s.

The museum is located at 2321 Vineville Avenue in Macon, Georgia. Macon native Steve Penley’s rendition of the Fillmore East Album cover is a focal point of this room as well as posters chronologically hung from all eras of the Allman Brothers Band’s history, as well as multitudes of Gold Records.

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