70s 80s Show Sensation is a fun packed show featuring classic songs from 2 fantastic decades.
This show is perfect for any event. It gives you that feel good factor!
Introducing the band that brought you Sensation Abba – appearing at a venue of your choice – with a special guest line-up (TBC).
70s 80s Show – Sensation UK
The 70s 80s Show is specifically aimed at all events and functions across the UK. It is available for quality bookings throughout 2018.
If this is your chosen era then this is the show for you. Theatre version also available. Ask for details.
The 1970s (pronounced “nineteen-seventies”, commonly abbreviated as the “Seventies”) was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, 1970, and ended on December 31, 1979.
During the early 1970s, popular music continued to be dominated by musicians who had achieved fame during the 1960s such as the Rolling Stones, The Who, Bob Dylan, The Grateful Dead, and Eric Clapton. In addition, many newcomer rock groups such as Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin appeared. The Beatles disbanded in 1970, but each member of the band immediately released a highly successful solo album, and Paul McCartney especially would remain extremely popular throughout the decade. Singer-songwriters such as Elton John, James Taylor and Jackson Browne also came into vogue during the early 1970s. (Wikipedia).
The 1980s (pronounced “nineteen-eighties”, commonly shortened as the “’80s”, pronounced “eighties”) was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, 1980, and ended on December 31, 1989.
Several notable music artists died of unnatural causes in the 1980s. Bon Scott, at the time lead singer of rock band AC/DC, died of acute alcohol poisoning on February 19, 1980. English drummer John Bonham of the rock band Led Zeppelin also died that year in similar fashion. John Lennon was shot outside his home in New York City on the night of December 8, 1980. Tim Hardin died of a heroin overdose on December 29, 1980. Bob Marley died from a lentiginous skin melanoma on May 11, 1981. Marvin Gaye was shot dead by his father at his home in Los Angeles on April 1, 1984, one day before what would have been his 45th birthday. Ozzy Osbourne’s guitarist Randy Rhoads died in an airplane crash on March 19, 1982. Karen Carpenter died from heart failure caused by her anorexia condition on February 4, 1983. Metallica bassist Cliff Burton was killed in a bus accident in Sweden on September 27, 1986. Andy Gibb died in 1988 as a result of myocarditis.
In 1984, the supergroup Band Aid was formed to raise aid and awareness of the economic plight of Ethiopia. In 1985’s Live Aid concert, featuring many artists, promoted attention and action to send food aid to Ethiopia whose people were suffering from a major famine. (Wikipedia).
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