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Big hair, leather pants, and ’80s rock and roll will make their way back to Lafayette in a performance by Son of Glam 10 p.m. Saturday in Kamine Gymnasium. Admission is free.

Known as the “ultimate ’80s hair band tribute,” Son of Glam returns to campus to perform favorites from the beloved era. Its repertoire includes cover songs of AC/DC, Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Guns N’ Roses, KISS, Metallica, Motley Crue, and more.

“It’s not just a concert, it’s an experience,” says Spanish and psychology double major John Theil ’06, Lafayette Activities Forum music co-chair.

Everyone’s 21st Birthday will serve as the opening act, featuring economics and business major Daniel Rosenblum ’06(Needham, Ma.), Marquis Scholar and mathematics major James Conrad ’07 (Columbia, Md.), and economics and business major Tom Ambrosole’08 (Staten Island, N.Y.).

Students are encouraged to sport ’80s-style clothing to the show.

Theil notes that his favorite ’80s band is Bon Jovi and claims that fellow co-chair Danielle Ward ’08 (Chatham, N.J.) listens to Milli Vanilli on a daily basis.

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