Music Trivia: artists & groups by their uniforms, costumes or outfits

Each answer is the name of a music artist or group known for particular fashion choices. At least one of the groups is fictional though that didn't keep them from having actual albums released
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uniform or costume worn by...
...this music artist or group
While the rest of this band chose more conventional gear, the lead guitarist decided to dress as a school boy in short pants. What band am I referencing?
AC/DC
When this large choral/orchestral group began in 2000, they wore white robes, then colorful robes, then quasi-military uniforms. They also tried matching winter ponchos and pajamas, while the lead singer has worn a Fred Flintstone Grand Poobah Lodge style hat with fur and buffalo horns.Their 2021 publicity shows the men in red geometric patterned tunics and the female members in white dresses.
The Polyphonic Spree
This band often performed in and posed for publicity pictures in Revolutionary war era costumes, complete with tricorn hats.
Paul Revere and the Raiders
At first this two person ensemble wore outfits of red and white. Later they added black to their palette.
The White Stripes
In the latter half of his career he turned to jumpsuits for live performances. They were made in a variety of colors, but white is the most iconic-with plenty of rhinestones.
Elvis Presley
Two of the guys in this trio wear distinctive long facial hair, hats and sunglasses
ZZ Top
White and black face-paint, mostly black outfits and platform footwear
KISS
The yellow and black striped outfits these Christian rockers wore were influenced by their name. They had one top 40 hit in the '80s, "Honestly".
Stryper
uniform or costume worn by...
...this music artist or group
This group wasn't the first to pose in jeans, t-shirts and leather jackets, but when they were depicted that way on virtually album cover where they appeared (on 1980's "End of the Century" they appear sans jackets), I'm sure many considered the outfits to be a part of the group's idenity.
The Ramones
A virtuoso guitarist with 300+ studio albums, this performer wears a white mask and a KFC chicken container as a hat.
Buckethead
This cartoon trio performed with tails and "ears for hats". In a 2001 incarnation they kept the ears, but ditched the tails.
Josie and the Pussycats
The "brothers" who fronted this group wore black suits, ties and hats with white shirts and dark sunglasses.
The Blues Brothers
Iowa rockers who have worn a series of grotesque masks throughout their career.
Slipknot
Though early in their career this group wore leather head to toe, their manager had them change to matching suits with Cuban heel boots for a wider appeal; it worked.
The Beatles
They were; a headress wearing Native American, a western-garbed cowboy, a motorcycle cop, a military man, a construction worker and a mustachioed leatherman. But collectively they took the name...
Village People
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Level 84
Jun 24, 2021
Neat idea!
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Level 62
Jun 25, 2021
thank you