Queen were a popular British band formed in 1971. The original band members were Freddie, Mercury ( Lead vocals, Piano) Brian May (Guitar, Vocals), John Decon (Bass Guitar) and Roger Taylor (Drums, Vocals). Some of the most well known Queen songs are : Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, Another One Bites The Dust, We are the champions and Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Some of Queen's album are: Greatest Hits, A Night at the Opera, News of the word, Queen and Queen II.
One of the top songs of the 70's was John Lennon with imagine.
The Eagles started their band in 1971 and released their first album in 1972.
Michael Jackson sang Ain't No Sunshine.
In 1972, the group "Rasberries" had a top five hit single " Go All The Way".
Led Zeppelin scored three hits for Stairway to heaven, Black dog and rock and roll.
The BeeGees became number 16 in America with 'run to me'.
In 1972 there was a band called the Raspberries who wrote a song which was called " Go all the way".
Led Zepplin concert in Singapore was cancelled because Led Zepplin was not let off the plane because of their long hair.
Funk and Soul were written in 1973 by Tina Turner.
One of the 1st disco hits was "Rock the boat".
Disco and punk music styles gained most of their popularity and became the hits of the decade.
The first American Music Awards was broard casted two weeks before the Grammy's.
In 1974 Kiss the band created a song called God Gave Rock and Roll to you II.
ABBA won a contest for the song Waterloo.
The British band "The Clash" gave "Punk" a lot of popularity by showing how good Punk music can be.
In 1977 the Bee Gees made a hit single called "Staying Alive".
During the 80's some of the top disco songs included Celebration by Kool and the Gang, I'm Coming out by Diana Ross, STOMP by the Brothers Johnson, and funky town by Lipps Inc.
Artists who influenced the 80's include U2, R.E.M, Michael Jackson, Run- DMC, and Guns N' Roses.
The music in 1984 included the number one hit Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Cindi Lauper and the soundtrack to the 80's dance movie Footloose.
The very first hustle was created in late 1972 and did not even have the name the Hustle. It was originally done at house parties and basement club dances.
Before the Nutbush in 1973 it was called the Madison, and that was created in the 50's.
The 'Bus Stop' was a line dance all through 1976 and 1977, the dance was popular from instructional videos and live shows.
Saturday Night Fever is a 1977 American dance film directed by John Badlam which stared John Travolta.
Popular dance moves include The Cabbage Patch, The Sprinkler, The Running Man and the Worm.
In 1971 bell-bottoms became very popular.
The early seventies were the decade of peace signs and flower power.
In 1973 afro's and glitter clothes were in style.
During the 80's leg warmers, members only jackets, acid wash jeans and shoulder pads were the latest fashion throughout the decade.
Madonna was a huge influence with her clothes mainly on the younger generation.
In the 1980's the top five shoes where Bo Jackson cross trainers, Converse, Air jordans, Keds and East Lands.
During the early 1980's leotards where very popular until the aerobics craze where people would wear there leotards for aerobics. Leotards where usually bright stripes, polka dots, and even elastic belts.