Let’s see how rich Connie Hamzy was:
|Age:||66 years old (she died on August 21, 2021)|
|Birthday:||January 9, 1955|
|Born:||Little Rock, Arkansas, U.S.|
|Last Update:||August 2021|
Who was Connie Hamzy?
She was nicknamed Sweet, Sweet Sweet, or Sweet Connie. Hamzy was a groupie who claimed to have had relationships with lots of musicians.
According to our research, Connie Hamzy’s net worth was estimated at $120 million.
Her “victims” were members of rock bands that traveled through Little Rock, Arkansas. People could find her detailed spicy stories in an article for Penthouse written in 1992, and also in a Cosmopolitan profile from 1974.
Her name appears in the song “We’re an American Band” written by Grand Funk Railroad:
“Last night in Little Rock,
Put me in a haze.
Sweet, sweet Connie, doin’ her act.
She had the whole show and that’s a natural fact.”
She is also mentioned in a song called “Pleasin’ For Reason”, composed by The Guess Who.
In 1996, Sweet Connie published a memoir called Rock Groupie: The Intimate Adventures of “Sweet Connie” from Little Rock.
Rise to fame
She rose to fame even more in 1991, after she claimed she had been approached by an Arkansas state trooper on behalf of Bill Clinton.
She gave two interviews on the Howard Stern Show: in December 1991, and in December 2010.
She died in a hospital in her hometown on August 21, 2021.