featuring The Loveless Duo
Partial 1970's Song List:
Here & Now - Luther Vandross
The Way You Do - The Temptations
Last Dance - Donna Summers
Lean on Me - Bill Withers
I Wish - Stevie Wonder
Let's Stay Together - Al Green
Rockin' Robin - Jackson Five
Natural Woman - Aretha Franklin
Love Train - O'Jays
Stand By Me - Ben E. King
We Are Family - Sister Sledge
September - Earth, Wind & Fire
You Are the Sunshine of My Life - Stevie Wonder
If ever a musical style defined a decade, Disco was the definition of the 1970s. Although its popularity was relatively short-lived, it created a great deal of songs and artists that people are still dancing to today. Van McCoy’s “The Hustle” has often been referred to as the definitive disco track and many people say it was the first disco song created. Gloria Gaynor also enjoyed disco popularity with her anthem – “I Will Survive.” The Bee Gees also helped to define the disco genre with their hit “Jive Talkin’.” Their blockbuster “Stayin’ Alive” is often synonymous with the disco musical era.
"The Duo" sings at private parties, special events and much more!
Danny is a former drummer with The Vels. He traveled with the wonderful oldies group for seven years all over the country. He is an invaluable member of the group and he is always willing to help.
Art is a fabulous keyboard player that has played throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area for many years.
The 1970s created a perfect musical bridge from the rebelliousness of the 1960s and the happy songs that are characteristic of the 1980s. Following the counterculture of the 60s, the 70’s created a trend of relaxing music as well as dance music. People may have grown tired of the fighting that happened the previous decade and many of them sought a refuge in dance clubs and other places to enjoy a good time. Out of this idea emerged the Disco movement. But it seemed to be a much happier era than the 60s proved to be.
The History of 1970's Music
helped to add to the popularity of this popular style. Unfortunately, it did not take long for the public to see disco’s silliness and commercialization – something that they had just rebelled against a few years earlier. It's lack of attention to musical significance helped add to its downfall after only a short time of popularity. Call now to book the band at: 817-841-5343.