The musician in this photo offers a hint of his future career as a rocker thanks to his long, shaggy (and not to mention, feathered) hair. He grew up to front one of the biggest and most notorious bands of the booze-fueled, glam rock glory days, which were headquartered on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood.
This British singer/drummer in this yearbook photo has been a member of a biblically-named classic rock band and also had a booming career as a solo artist. Think you know who it is?
The English vocalist/guitarist pictured in this "school days" photo went on to become one of glam rock's most enduring legends. It's a fairly young picture of him, so the face might not be instantly recognizable
The guitarist and frontman in this yearbook photo is giving off a similar to smirk to the one he wears today. His hair is also a touch lighter than it is presently. The face should be very familiar to rockers, especially fans of thrash, but if it's not
This singer, songwriter and guitarist featured in this yearbook photo, born March 30, 1945, has been celebrated for his work as a solo artist and his time in several major rock bands.
The artist pictured in this yearbook photo is a New Jersey-born guitarist, who had a longtime gig slinging an axe alongside one of the godfathers of metal. He has since left that position, but he continues to make a racket in his own project.
This late rocker's photo certainly comes screaming from the big-haired '80s. It's a promo photo, as opposed to an authentic yearbook photo, but we couldn't resist showing you this hairdo.
This guitarist performing in the school photo above was born Aug. 6, 1952. Think you can recognize him from this picture? If not, here's a big hint: He served a brief but memorable stint in one of the most theatrical bands in rock history, and briefly teamed up with them a decade later in a different capacity
This rocker pictured in this school photo was the drummer in a band that made a huge mark in rock music during the ‘60s and ‘70s.
Born December 1, 1944, he met two of his bandmates at a transcendental meditation lecture and the rest, as they say, is history