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Needless to say, sex, drugs, and rock’n’roll were prominently involved.Like many other people, groupies held conflicting views.In return, creators earn money when they are tipped and when their stories are read. The most famous groupies from the heyday of rock and roll are the ones that hung out with the most famous rock legends, names including Led Zeppelin founder Jimmy Page, The Beatles’ George Harrison and Paul Mc Cartney, the Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger and Elvis Presley. All of the big names in music by definition have a huge number of fans, but the Groupie Phenomenon describes something deeper, and is largely responsible for the now-obvious link between sex and rock and roll.Appeared on the original WKRP in Cincinnati (1978) as "Sir Charles 'Dog' Weatherbee," member of the fictional British hard-rock band "Scum of the Earth." Fourteen years later, he became a regular cast member of The New WKRP in Cincinnati (1991) as disc jockey Jack Allen.

The groupie scene flourished in the late '60s and '70s, in the pre-AIDS, anything-goes era, anything went.

Left: Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page accompanied by his girlfriend Miss Pamela (Pamela Des Barres) on June 3, 1973 in Los Angeles, California.

(Photo by Richard Creamer/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images). For rock stars, groupies are a fact of life -- and in 1969, with sexual liberation reaching a fever pitch, they became a cover story for Rolling Stone.

However, the term did not become popularized until the late ’60s, thanks to the 1969 Rolling Stone story, with photos by Baron Wolman titled “Manners And Morals: The Groupies.” Soon after the article published, a book by British journalists, Jenny Fabian and Johnny Byrne called In the early days of women flocking to musical men of stature, the bands defined the term "groupie" as more than just a woman who wanted to sleep with a famous man.

Apparently, Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant made the distinction.

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