Salute To 1970s multi tribute show features tributes to some of the biggest stars of the glam rock era including David Bowie, Rod Stewart, Elton John, Kiki Dee, Suzi Quatro, Kate Bush, Olivia Newton John and Blondie. Not forgetting The Carpenters, Donny Osmond, David Cassidy, Noddy Holder and of course ABBA. Incorporating Saturday Night Fever dancers featuring Tony Monero and Stephanie with the Night Fever routine the show can be adapted from a 4 piece to a 9 piece (featuring 6 singers and 3 dancers to suit the budget.)
Running Time: Salute To 1970s show: 1 x 75 min cabaret set or 2 x 1hr Theatre show. Prices vary: Quotes available for a 4 piece show where acts include ABBA, The Carpenters, Elton John, Kiki Dee, Kate Bush, Olivia Newton John. Alternatively a full 9 piece multi tribute show is available.
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 James Taylor and Jackson Browne also came into vogue during the early 1970s. The 1970s saw the rapid commercialisation of rock music and by mid-decade there were a spate of bands derisively dubbed “corporate rock” due to the notion that they had been created by record labels to produce simplistic, radio-friendly songs based around cliches rather than meaningful lyrics. Such bands included The Doobie Brothers, Bread, Styx, Kansas, and REO Speedwagon. (Wikipedia).