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70s Music Trivia Fun Facts

To all fans of music, young and old, did you ace the quiz? Good job! Fun right? Now check out these 70s music facts.

We present to you not just games but fun facts as well. Here are the things you need to know about the 70s.

70s Music Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

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Queen is proof that not all rock bands are school dropouts. All the members of Queen, except for lead singer Freddie Mercury, have post-graduate degrees.
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The songs Dancing Queen, Hotel California, Blinded by the Light, and You Light up my life were in the charts in 1977. The songs all ended up #1.
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As the 70s saw the rise of iconic artists, like Michael Jackson from Jackson 5, it also saw the setting of an era. The Beatles disbanded in the 70s.
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Funk, Soul, Hard Rock, Soft Rock, and Disco were music styles popular in the 70s. Mixes of these styles paved the way to the transition of new styles like Hip Hop.
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Many genres became popular in the 70s, but Disco is the definition of this decade. In the 70s, it was mostly about danceable and rock music.
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Bob Dylan stopped performing in the year 1966 when he had a motorcycle accident. When he reappeared during the 1970s, his voice even got better and made his life worth living again through his poetry and music.
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Aerosmith was one of the popular rock bands in the year 1976. Steven Tyler became iconic as he was drawn to close comparisons with Mick Jagger.
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The song God Save the Queen was by the band Sex Pistols. The band was formed in 1975 and was responsible for the punk rock movement in the UK.
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Disco also heavily influenced the fashion of the 70s. Although Disco was short-lived, the 70s is continuously remembered as the decade of Disco music hits.
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The 70s and early 80s were the golden ages for Vinyl Records. At that time, Vinyl Records were affordable, and almost everyone had their own record players. Cassette tapes were used too but weren't as popular as Vinyl Records.

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