60s Theme disco party
those great sixties sounds when bands like The Stones, Kinks, Shadows,
Who and of course the 'Fab Four' not only dominated the UK, but worldwide
The list of acts goes on and on and if you were there the music will bring
those memories flooding back and consequently a Sixties theme party is
a great choice for
a 70th birthday party.
Of course, the music for your party doesn't have to be entirely from the
can include tracks from the late fifties and early seventies as well if
Click on the button below to take a look at my collection of sixties tracks
have fun trying to guess exactly when that song was in the top ten!
70s Theme disco party
A 70's themed party provides not only nostalgia
for those who remember the 70's, but is also a fun theme for any type
of celebration. So it's time to dust off those flares, kipper ties and
big heels, stick on false sideburns and don 'big hair' wigs as the
Riviera breeze disco accompanies you on your trip back to the seventies!
With the rapid emergence of Disco dance, the seventies produced numerous
tracks for you to strut your funky stuff to, but of course this was also
the decade of Punk and Glam rock - quite a mix! Acts such as Slade, the
Bee Gees, David Bowie, The Sweet, Chic, Rose Royce, Elton John and of
course the seventies Swedish
'Fab Four' dominated the charts.
Whilst there is little doubt that Disco dance has remained the most popular
70's music, this is your party, so let me know what you would like me
to include and
I'll produce a music selection specifically tailored to your event!
Looking for ideas? Just click on the button below to take a look through
collection of seventies tracks and see just how many of those great songs
you've forgotten about!
80s Theme disco party
eighties was probably one of the most iconic decades in music, with 80s
tracks still making regular appearances at virtually any party.
Just like the 70s there was a diverse mix of styles in the 80s from the
electro band sound to the modern romantics to Ska and Reggae. However,
don't need to be in your forties to appreciate the sounds of Madonna,
Queen, Spandau Ballet, Madness or Kylie.
Films from the 80s were as big as the hairstyles of that era. Tracks from
Top Gun, Flashdance, Cocktail and Dirty Dancing filled the charts as well
the dance floor.
Click on the button below to take a look at my collection of eighties