Pretty much every rock autobiography (aside from Cliff Richards) is filled with references to the groupies the devoted posse of young women who accompany the musicians on tour. But now, here it is from the other side of the story legendary personal assistant, tour manager and illicit friend of the stars, Chris ODell.
In addition to affairs with Bob Dylan and Ringo Starr, ODell was Mick Jaggers regular sleeping partner in the early 1970s, and even did cocaine runs for Keith Richards. Her influence on music stars was so great that she even featured as the mystery woman on the Rolling Stones Exile on Main Street album cover.
George Harrison was so enamored that he wrote a song about her, Miss ODell, which ends with the quiet Beatles wail Wont you call me, Miss ODell?. Eventually addictions to booze and drugs plagued her life, and now shes come clean in more ways than one.Shop for this book at Amazon
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