Rock’s Most Iconic Groupie on Shopping With Zeppelin and Swapping Clothes With Jagger

October 15, 2014

VoguePenny Lane, who? Decades before Kate Hudson cemented mainstream notions of the word groupie in Almost Famous, Pamela Des Barres may well have invented it. The prolific author of legendary, best-selling memoir I’m With the Band: Confessions of a Groupie, Let’s Spend the Night Together, and a host of other titles (indeed, Hudson referred to the former in prepping for her role in Cameron Crowe’s 2000 flick), Des Barres counts Mick Jagger, Jimmy Page, Jim Morrison, and Keith Moon among her conquests.

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