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GLAMSGlobal Logistics and Manufacturing Strategies (Indian School of Business; Hyderabad)
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The band's act includes all the favourites from the 70s, from disco to glam rock classics, and features, among other things, stage-diving, pyrotechnics and several costume changes.
NThe Great Glam Mothers are playing Stanley Central Club on Saturday, June 28 and Hetton and District SC on Sunday, July 13.
FULL-ON FLAMBOYANCE The Great Glam Mothers are heading home to play two North East clubs
But while Bowie epitomises Pih's central theme, with his studied androgyny and use of his body almost as a canvas, and Roxy Music translated 60s art school cool into a 70s music movement, it's ironically the monochrome images of Osmond fans posing against a grim Mancunian background (glam peaked in 1973 - the year the UK fell into recession) that sums up the reality.
While the exhibition opens with a glam fanfare, it all ends in somewhat subdued fashion in a rather audience-neglected corner, rather than a final, fitting, flaring burst of Glamtastic extravagance.
A 'Glamscape' will greet visitors "evidencing the idea 1970s glam was Pop Art on the high street", while the show also includes work by Gilbert & George, photographer Martin Parr, and Super 8 films by Derek Jarman and Guy Bourdin.
"I think glam marked a gear change in British culture," says Darren.
"I think glam rock meant more to more people than punk."
Glam! The Performance of Style is the latest in a line of Tate Liverpool shows - think Summer of Love and Remixed for starters - to deal with a subject in a serious way while embracing popular culture at the same time.