This morning, Howard Stern took some time away from ranting about his contract status with Sirius XM Satellite Radio to do a phone interview with “Sweet” Connie Hamzy, a groupie who claims to have had sex with, or blown, almost every famous musician.
“Every musician” is obviously an exaggeration, but we learned it wasn’t that big of a stretch as Howard ran through Connie’s roster. Names like Keith Moon, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Peter Frampton, Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Rick Springfield and the Van Halen Brothers kept popping up throughout the interview. When she was with one member of a band, it sounded like she eventually did the entire band as well… such as everyone in Chicago. The group, not the city.
According to Connie, Huey Lewis has a huge penis, the biggest she’s ever had, while Peter Frampton was, by far, the smallest. She compared it to the size of her pinkie finger. Ouch. The best “lover” on her list was Alex Van Halen, as she seemed to still have an infatuation with him.
Connie is “Sweet, Sweet Connie” in Grand Funk Railroad’s We’re An American Band. You can check it out below:
As the interview progressed, Howard moved from the list into the various sex acts Connie had performed over the years. The most fascinating was when Keith Moon “used” a banana on her in a dressing room full of people. She spoke fondly of the incident as she thought of it as an intentional tension breaker as it happened right in the middle of a Roger Daltrey tantrum.
Connie didn’t stop at rock and country musicians, she’s also dabbled in late night television, noting that Paul Shafer and Doc Sevrinsen. “Almost” on the roster, according to Connie was former President Bill Clinton (shocker), back when he was still in Arkansas. Connie was laying by the pool at a hotel and Bill had his people talk to her. The two ended up in a laundry room and Connie started to blow him, but the pair were interrupted by a housekeeper, so they stopped and never continued. Connie described his penis as very big.
Sweet Connie is now 56 and currently had her own MySpace and Wikipedia pages. She published a memoir in 1995 entitled Rock Groupie: The Intimate Adventures of “Sweet Connie” from Little Rock, which details all of her various escapades. She has even been “active” in the music community as recently as a few years ago as she talked about a “meeting” with a member of Godsmack.
The interview went on for close to an hour as Howard worked his magic. Check out HowardTV.com to see if and when the interview will air on Stern’s On Demand cable channel.