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If I gave in to what they wanted, theyd have no respect for me, and never want to see me again,
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"If I gave in to what they wanted, theyd have no respect for me, and never want to see me again," says Stein, 35. "Men need to yearn, to want something they know they cant have. That way, theyll pay for it, over and over again."

The massage therapist to the rock stars Dr. Dot keeps musicians loose
Saturday, January 24, 2004 Posted: 6:49 AM EST (1149 GMT)

Dorothy Stein, also known as Dr. Dot.

NEWARK, New Jersey (AP) -- Shes had her hands all over the naked bodies of the biggest names in music. But shes no groupie.

Meet masseuse Dorothy Stein, aka Dr. Dot. Shes worked her magic on the necks, arms and lower backs of Mick Jagger, Sting, Eminem, Justin Timberlake and a legion of other tensed-up artists.

Steins digital prowess first got her into a Def Leppard concert in Hampton, Virginia, in 1983. Now it has blossomed into a full-time job paying up to $400 an hour -- cash only, please.

Whenever The Rolling Stones start it up on tour, they fly in Dr. Dot for weeks at a time. She spent two weeks on the road with Eminem, and counts members of Kiss, Aerosmith, Van Halen and many others as repeat customers. Next month, members of Iron Maiden will visit The Doctor when their tour stops in New York.

Her scrapbook boasts a stream of testimonials from satisfied customers like Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler, who wrote: "Ew-La-La! You rub me the rite way!"

"When youre out on tour for months at a time, theres always a muscle that needs to be pushed back into place or rubbed, so you get a massage to help you relax," said Kiss bassist Gene Simmons, who got his first massage from Stein in Germany in 1999.

"I remember it was very quiet, music playing on a boom box, the lights down low," he told The Associated Press. "She was very professional. She also didnt talk a lot, which I particularly liked."

She prefers to let the stars do the talking -- and boy, do they talk.

Courtney Love gave Stein a detailed appraisal of the physical endowments of various rock and movie stars. Simmons prattled on about how women should be glad their men cheat on them. And many male rock stars are only too glad to dish about which female rock stars theyve (allegedly) had sex with.

I wanted to hang out Born in Manchester, Connecticut, and raised by "hippie parents" on a steady diet of Beatles, Rolling Stones, Grateful Dead and Frank Zappa, Stein had seen the Dead in concert more than 20 times before she was 10 years old.

Her first brush with a rock star was outside a concert hall in Williamsburg, Virginia, in 1981, where several members of The Cars quickly scrawled autographs on the back of her jacket -- and immediately disappeared.

"I was like, Hey! " she recalled. "I wanted to hang out."

So Stein and two pals hatched a plan to meet Def Leppard: Get there early; look older than her true age of 15 by using makeup, heels and a short skirt; and dangle something other than sex.

Around midday, they spotted guitarist Phil Collen in the arena parking lot, and walked up to him.

"He said, Elo, girls! " she recalled, deftly mimicking his British accent. "Say, do you know where theres an Army-Navy store around here? Someone nicked our clothes."

Stein and her two friends piled into a car with Collen, and as Stein directed him to a store, she made her pitch. She and her friends were soon on the tour bus as Stein massaged the band.

Her one rule: No sex, please.

"If I gave in to what they wanted, theyd have no respect for me, and never want to see me again," says Stein, 35. "Men need to yearn, to want something they know they cant have. That way, theyll pay for it, over and over again."

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