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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RAIL buffs and glam rock fans have a double treat in store on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.
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And no documentary about the evolution of gay music on the mainstream would be complete without charting its origins in an era when glam rock turned the straight music scene on its head.
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It marked the early beginnings of the glam rock era which saw guys embracing a colourful peacock fashion with Marc leading the way by taking to the stage in feather boas, top hats and full make-up.
Today at Sheffield Elaine Parker's jolly Slaneyside Dudsy (10-1) and Russ Warren's Glam Rock (7-1) are flying the flag.