Let’s Groove at the Disco

Let's Groove at the Disco

How can you forget Disco! The genre of Disco music emerged in the 1970s and 80s with French roots from their genre of music called discoque. Disco music was played by DJs and these DJs brought life, freedom and excitement to the groovy people of the disco era. Disco what predominantly in the black community and it was a place for them to get down and have fun. 

Styles of the Disco Era

Popular styles of the disco era consisted of:

Huge afros

Colorful Clothes

Vests

Flare Pants

Platform Shoes 

Groovy Moves from the Disco Era

The Bump

The Funky Chicken

The Moonwalk

The Twist

The Y.M.C.A. 

 

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