Madness are an English ska band from Camden Town, London, that formed in 1976. One of the most prominent bands of the late 1970s and early 1980s 2 Tone ska revival, they continue to perform with their most recognised line-up of seven members
The Nutbush is a dance categorized as a line dance, performed to Tina Turner's song "Nutbush City Limits" and has gained massive popularity in Australia. In the 1950s, the dance was known as "The Madison"
The band "The Vibrators" made Pogo dancing a very popular style in 1976 and all through-out the rest of the decade.
In 1972, the group "Rasberries" had a top hit single "Go All The Way"
"Amazing Grace"-Royal Scots Dragoon Guards
Led Zepplin conflict in singapore was cancelled because Led Zepplin was not let off the plane because of their long hair
"The Hustle", famous disco song by songwriter/arranger Van McCoy and the Soul City Symphony
"I Just want to be your everything"
by Andy Gibb
Elvis Presley final tour
"Stayin' Alive" was placed at number 191 on the list of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Saturday Night Fever is a 1977 American dance film directed by John Badham and starring John Travolta
1970s fashion, which began with a continuation of the mini skirts, bell-bottoms and the androgynous hippie look from the late 1960s, was soon sharply characterized by several distinct fashion trends that have left an indelible image of the decade commemorated in popular culture. These include platform shoes which appeared on the fashion scene in 1971 and often had soles two to four inches thick. Both men and women wore them. Wide-legged, flared jeans and trousers were another fashion mainstay for both sexes throughout most of the decade, and this style has been immortalised in the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever, which starred John Travolta. The "disco look", complete with three-piece suits for men and rayon or jersey wrap dresses for women, which the film further popularized, lasted until it was gradually replaced by punk fashion and straight, cigarette-legged jeans. Platform shoes gave way to mules and ankle-strapped shoes, both reminiscent of the 1940s, at the very end of the decade.