VH1 Rock Doc 'Let's Spend the Night Together: Confessions of Rock's Greatest Groupies' Trailer
VH1 will spend a night with rock and roll's legendary groupies as they share their incredible personal stories.
Adapted from Pamela Des Barres' best-selling book, "Let's Spend The Night Together: Confessions Of Rock's Greatest Groupies" sees Des Barres traveling cross-country in a fascinating, emotional journey to reconnect with the iconic women who loved and inspired the great rock stars of our time. Des Barres winds a trail through rock history, stopping in Utah for a visit with Tura Satana (the woman who taught Elvis a thing or two about lovemaking), then to Seattle to see Robert Plant's muse Michele Overman, to Chicago to catch up with iconic artist Cynthia Plaster Caster, to California to meet Cassandra Peterson, who was an accomplished groupie before becoming Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, and finally down to Arkansas to visit the groupie known by virtually every famous rocker as "Sweet Connie."
VH1 Rock Doc's "Let's Spend the Night Together: Confessions Of Rock's Greatest Groupies" premieres Wednesday, December 15 at 8:30 p.m. on VH1.
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