Sweet Connie Hamzy Tells Howard Stern All: Life Of A Rock Star Groupie (video)

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Self proclaimed rock star groupie Sweet Connie Hamzy appeared on Howard Stern’s radio show Wednesday, and proudly revealed a long list of her alleged rocker conquests. This is not the first time that Sweet Connie has publicly named names. The 56-year-old groupie published a memoir in 1995, “Rock Groupie: The Intimate Adventures of ‘Sweet Connie from Little Rock’, detailing her life spent hanging with the bands. Sweet Connie Hamzy is most probably not the only woman who can lay claim to a minute of rocker glory, but, she is one of the few who has chosen to go public with her sexual coup, and she does have quite a list.

Sweet Connie Hamzy Tells Howard Stern

According to CBS News, Sweet Connie Hamzy claims her list of rock and roll lovers include members of The Who, Led Zeppelin, The Eagles, Bad Company, Allman Brothers Band, ZZ Top, the Doobie Brothers, country legend Willie Nelson, Kiss front man Gene Simmons, Huey Lewis, Peter Frampton, and Rick Springfield. Whew! And the list goes on. It wasn’t only musicians, but politicians, too. Hamzy also claims that she was propositioned by President Bill Clinton when he was a governor in Arkansas. Ooh, are you shocked by that one?


Hamzy was quick to tell Howard Stern that her best lover, out of all of her alleged conquests, was Alex Van Halen, drummer for the Van Halen rock band. Her comments about the physical attributes of some of her famous partners were a little unkind towards Peter Frampton, and hugely favorable for Huey Lewis. Well, you can clearly understand the anatomical parts that she referred to, and wouldn’t those comments have been better left unsaid?


Connie Hamzy’s claim to fame also includes a reference made of her in the Grand Funk Railroad song, “We’re An American Band,” with the lyrics, “Sweet, sweet Connie, doin’ her act. She had the whole show and that’s a natural fact.” When you listen to the song, you can clearly hear that they are paying tribute to a female named Sweet Connie from Little Rock.


The era of sex, drugs, and rock and roll, certainly played an integral part of Sweet Connie Hamzy’s life, if all of her claims of sexual exploits are to be believed. What a way to go down in history! What do you think of Connie Hamzy’s story? True, or partially fabricated for media attention?


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