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Connie Hamzy, Rock Groupie, Tells Howard Stern About Past Conquests

Howard Stern attends the premiere of "Sex and the City 2" at Radio City Music Hall on May 24, 2010 in New York City. Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

NEW YORK (CBS) Connie Hamzy, the self-proclaimed number one groupie in America, reportedly has gotten up close and personal with some of Rock's biggest stars -- and she's telling Howard Stern all the juicy details.

Also known as "Sweet Connie," Hamzy was reportedly mentioned in a Grand Funk Railroad song, 'We're An American Band,"  and was a part of the mayhem that surrounded some of rock's greatest legends.

While she got her kicks and the perks of a rock star lifestyle, she said, she was at the same time respected and protected by her lovers.

So who's on Hamzy's lists of conquests?

She claims her rock 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, as well as Peter Frampton and Rick Springfield. 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.

Who was her best lover?

Hamzy told Stern on his Sirius radio show that it was Alex Van Halen, drummer of the American rock-band, Van Halen.

The quasi-celebrity from the '70s also published a memoir in 1995 titled "Rock Groupie: Intimate Adventures of "Sweet Connie."

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