List of glam rock artists

This is a list of notable musical acts who pertain to the glam rock genre of music.

Classic era of glam (1971–1976)Edit

Post-1976 glamEdit

Artists influenced by glamEdit

While not true glam rock, these artists are heavily influenced by its musical/visual style.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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