glam rock

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glam rock

n.
A style of rock music characterized chiefly by performers who wear flamboyant, often androgynous, costumes and makeup.

glam rock

n
(Pop Music) a style of rock music of the early 1970s, characterized by the glittery flamboyance and androgynous image of its performers
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glam rock

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The same British glam band that brought listeners "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" went festive for this holiday hit.
The lead singer with 70s glam band Slade has opened his heart over the pitfalls of Merry Xmas Everybody, a 1973 single that has topped the charts in six countries.
The itsLiverpool Stage will also see performances from garage DJ and producer, GhostChant; garage glam band, The Loud; The Wild Eyes, Liverpool hip hop artist, Merki, and swaggering yet soulful Merseyside-based pop singer, Ady Suleiman.
The release reveals the real-life exploits of glam band Nova Rex that come back to life in this hilarious 2011 documentary dvd that recalls the heavy-metal group riffing through the late 1980s hair-band era before crashing into a wall of early '90s grunge.
Electro-poppers Starman revolves around the tongue-in-cheek personality of the born showman and Pineapple dance teacher aiming for the big time with his glam band.
The country that gave the world ABBA and the glam band Europe--whose "Final Countdown" remains something of a signature anthem for the genre--has also contributed to heavy metal in two fundamental ways: by spawning the band Bathory (named for the infamous sixteenth-century serial killer, Countess Elizabeth Bathory), and its leader, the late Quorthon (born Tomas Borje Forsberg).
They have come together for Amser Justin Time, the charity which Cothi established following the death of husband Justin Smith, aka Pepsi Tate, the bassist with glam band Tigertailz.
But a survey for Hospital Doctor magazine found medics are more likely to listen to UK glam band The Darkness or American rock chick Pink.
And now Still Crazy, which reunites Auf Wiedersehen Pet's Jimmy Nail and Timothy Spall, concerns the exploits of a '70s glam band reforming in the '90s.
But Merseyside doctors like to hear UK glam band The Darkness and American rock chick Pink while wielding the scalpel.
But the American trio looked anything but a glam band.