"The groupie is just a girl who loves music and loves to be around the people who make it. She is the fan that takes it to the next level to experience the whole shebang." – Pamela Des Barres

A blog dedicated to groupies, girlfriends and muses.

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The gatefold of Rod Stewart's Smiler features Kim Kerrigan and Ian McLagan (in the middle of the shot).

wildbindi:

Laurel Canyon is magical maze in the hills of Southern California that has been an enclave for artists and musicians, most notably the folk and rock renaissance of the late 60s- mid 70s.  Deeply forested, isolated, and elevated, the canyon provided a secluded haven for the famous, a magical playground for the creative. Serving as a counterculture hideaway for decades, the first such resident was said to be Frederick Shaw, aka Crazy Shaw, whose wild, crackpot inventions were based in a philosophy mixing naturalism and technological advancement.  Later, screen stars and starlets of the silent era like Clara Bow, Ramon Navarro, Errol Flynn, Harry Houdini and thousands others took up residence in this sun-baked hillside forest, and still reportedly, haunt the grounds.  Soaked in mystery, decadence, and occult, the 20s era stars soon lead to generations of other actors through the 1950s.  

cosmic-groupie:

"BP Fallon and Sable Starr, with his arm in plaster of paris, a bottle and a beaker or two of Dom Perignon 1964, a dog end and a brush and Lori in the mirror. 9th floor, Continental Hyatt, Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles 1973. They both wore the same make-up, with shadow round her chin to make her look as if she was shaving" from the book The Passion Of Great Fortune by Roy Harper.

cosmic-groupie:

"BP Fallon and Sable Starr, with his arm in plaster of paris, a bottle and a beaker or two of Dom Perignon 1964, a dog end and a brush and Lori in the mirror. 9th floor, Continental Hyatt, Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles 1973. They both wore the same make-up, with shadow round her chin to make her look as if she was shaving" from the book The Passion Of Great Fortune by Roy Harper.

Anonymous said:
I'm here by chance. I've read the two asks about Jimmy Page and I'm broken (I may never again visit this page). I'm 24 and I had an affair with him some time ago, and knowing that he's still going with many ladies breaks my heart. He gave me hopes and then became slowly cold, not giving me any explanation. He refuses to talk to me. Stop idealizing him as I did before. He's a great musician but harmful with women. He knew I worship him and he acted irresponsibly.

We’re really sorry for what happened to you. We ourselves never idealized him nor any classic rock musician! Idealizing a musician is not what we aim to do. This message proves it.
Thank you for this lovely message and keep up! We’re sure you’ll find a better guy :-)

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bandaidpennylane:

NEW PHOTOS: On September 22, 1967, The Doors played two sets at Brown University’s Meehan Auditorium in Providence, RI. Below is a rare photo of Jim Morrison with his girlfriend Pamela Courson taken before the concert that night. - The Doors Guide

bandaidpennylane:

NEW PHOTOS: On September 22, 1967, The Doors played two sets at Brown University’s Meehan Auditorium in Providence, RI. Below is a rare photo of Jim Morrison with his girlfriend Pamela Courson taken before the concert that night. - The Doors Guide

Girlfriend & Muse

Angie Bowie [Mary Angela Barnett; 25.09.49]

I think that most cutting edges have to remain underground, it may appear later, but it must remain underground. Exist in philosophy, you can’t go to the supermarket and talk about it.

I don’t think it was ever love, not from his point of view. Before we got married he told me he didn’t love me, and I thought, “That’s a great way to start it off!” I had another way to looking at it, but he wouldn’t let me go and he would not bring himself to say that he loved me, you know, sometimes that’s okay. It was weird, but it was okay." - on her relationship with Bowie

If the world needs another [Ziggy Stardust], there will be another one. That’s like saying does the world need another Romeo and Juliet.

Angie Bowie was every goddamned bit as important as David Bowie. She was the person who had songs written about her. Angie’s art was just to exist. Her husband wrote great songs, but Angie was the belle of the ball. And that’s a huge talent in itself." - Pleasant Gehman

Anonymous said:
(About the bands girls) maybe Aerosmith or ACDC?

good ideas!

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Anonymous said:
I love the band girl posts you do!

Aw thanks! If you have suggestions for the bands, feel free to drop us a message!

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"I was sixteen when I met Keith. I had just left school and had been modelling for one week. Then I met Keith at a show at Bournemouth and we were married a year later. I’ve never minded being known as a girlfriend. It’s not as though I’ve been hidden away." -Kim.

"Although I can laugh on the outside, it’s much harder to laugh when you’re not with me, inside." -Keith in a letter to Kim.

"There are things that have happened to me that have made me wonder where I went wrong…things of a personal nature, like my relationship with my wife. They’re the things that make you think the most, because one is far more deeply involved." -Keith.

"She was able to take anything that Keith threw at her. I don’t mean literally, though that may have happened." -Chris Charlesworth.

"They were like these two children together, these two incredible beauties." -Chris Stamp.

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