Groupie Sally Mann poses for the camera at Belvedere Street Studio in San Francisco, CA, November 1968.
Sally Mann was one of the better known and more respected groupies of the San Francisco scene. After marrying Jefferson Airplane’s Spencer Dryden she went to prison for a heroin bust but was a model prisoner, earning a college scholarship, and eventually becoming a successful lawyer in Texas.
In 1969, Rolling Stone Magazine, then barely a year old, published a scandalous issue on the backstage proclivities of rock stars, and the women who sought them out. For the first-time, the original chronicle is published in book form and showcases Baron Wolman’s captivating portraiture.