This week marked 43 years since that legendary music fest was held in a tiny New York town in the summer of ’69—yes, we’re talking about Woodstock. It was the summer of love and, fittingly, the summer of a lot of lovin’, with concertgoers getting, er, close in the fields and loads of music-loving ladies trying to score a little alone time with the bands that rocked the stage. The ’60s and ’70s were chock full of Penny Lane types, “Bands Aids” that lived and loved for rock ‘n’ roll and the men that made it, and with sex symbols like Jim Morrison, Robert Plant and Mr. Hendrix himself around back then, we can’t blame them one bit—hell, if we had a time machine, we’d probably be doing the same thing! These are seven foxy rock ‘n’ roll frontmen that would tempt even the most pure and pristine of ladies to go a little groupie!
“Hello, I love you, won’t you tell me your name”—oh baby, you don’t have to tell us twice! With those dark smoldering bedroom eyes, glass-cut cheekbones and broody pout, it’s no secret that The Doors frontman was one fine fella and had swarms of female fans, both famous and not, with rumored trysts with everyone from Jefferson Airplane’s Grace Slick to the Velvet Underground’s Nico to your average groupie. His sex symbol status is as enduring as tracks like “Light My Fire” and “L.A. Woman,” and we bet there’s still quite a number of ladies out there who’d like to get Mr. Morrison’s mojo rising.
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