Disgraced British rocker Gary Glitter is set to lose out on GBP100,000 ($180,000) per year in royalties, as his rock anthems have been banned in American football stadiums. The glam rocker, real name Paul Francis Gadd, made staggering amounts of cash thanks to his stirring singalong-style track ROCK AND ROLL PART 2, which was played as every league team ran onto the pitch and when a touchdown was scored. But six months after Gadd lost his appeal against child molestation charges at Ho Chi Minh City court in June (06), the National Football League (NFL) has axed the track from being played - slicing a considerable chunk out of what is now the singer's only income.