This podcast explores the 'Glam Rock' of the 1970s. I introduce the listener to a concert space and interview some pretend fans to introspect why they may be interested in listening or going to Glam Rock concerts. The podcast takes the listener back in time to see where and how this genre was born. Interviews of David Bowie and other artists come in and out with interwoven music to create a discourse about the significance of glam rock in popular music culture. I also talk about the superficial presentations that these musicians would perform when going on stage. There is a relationship between technology and identity construction from the glam rock genre, which created a subculture of followers and fans alike. I also changed the voice pitch of my recorded material, to create an androgynous effect. The Glam Rock genre in many ways glamorized stardom, fame, and art through the music vehicle. Musicians and performers were able to explore their identities as men dressing as women or wearing makeup, to exaggerate female characteristics and question gender differences. When listening to this podcast, it's important to imagine yourself as a listener and participant in a live concert space, where you can envision a scene of over-the-top rock music theatre, where the costumes are just important as the music. With that said, Glam Rock was a transformative period that went to create an excessive experience of sight and sound. Disclaimer note: original interview and music audio material were from Youtube, and the rest were from personal recordings.