007Teez 70s party band is available as a standard 8-piece band with bigger or smaller options. Themed for corporate events & weddings across London and the Home Counties this 70s party band is available to travel across the UK and worldwide when all expenses are met. Corporate event entertainment is provided by the 007Teez 70s band as seen as follows at: The Waldorf Hotel, Mezzo – Soho, Kensington Roof Gardens, China House Piccadilly, Blenheim Palace, Madejski Stadium Reading, Shepherds Market.
The band is also available as 70s / 80s (Gr80s), Grease (T-Birds), Austin Powers (Shagadelik), James Bond and 50s – 00s function sets (Hit Squad), Jazz quartet. If you’re interested in finding out more a sample play list could be available.
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In the first half of the 1970s, many jazz musicians from the Miles Davis school achieved cross-over success through jazz-rock fusion with bands like Weather Report, Return to Forever, The Headhunters and The Mahavishnu Orchestra who also influenced this genre and many others. In Germany, Manfred Eicher started the ECM label, which quickly made a name for “chamber jazz”.
Towards the end of the decade, Jamaican reggae music, already popular in the Caribbean and Africa since the early 1970s, became very popular in the U.S. and in Europe, mostly because of reggae superstar and legend Bob Marley. The mid-1970s saw the reemergence of acoustic jazz with the return of artists like Dexter Gordon to the US music scene, who, along with a number of other artists, such as trumpet innovators like Don Ellis and Woody Shaw, who were among the last of the decade’s traditionally-oriented acoustic jazz musicians to be signed to major record labels, to receive critical and widespread commercial recognition and multiple Grammy nominations.
Deaths Of Popular Rock Stars In Early 70s
A major event in music in the early 1970s was the deaths of popular rock stars Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison, all at the age of 27. Two of popular music’s most successful artists from other eras died within eight weeks of each other in 1977. Elvis Presley, the best-selling singer of all time, died on August 16, 1977. Presley’s funeral was held at Graceland, on Thursday, August 18, 1977. Bing Crosby, who sold about 50 million records, died on October 14, 1977. His single, White Christmas, remains as the best selling single of all time, confirmed by the Guinness Records. Wikipedia.