70s DJ in Los Angeles Ca
THE BEST: If you’re looking for a 70s DJ in Los Angeles Ca and you want the ULTIMATE 70s PARTY DJ for your 70s themed event then you’re at the right place!
EXPERIENCE: 70s DJ Shawn is the Ultimate 1970s Party DJ with over 32 years of 70s Disco and Funk DJ Entertainment Experience. 70s DJ Shawn will take you back to a time when Disco and Funk music was the ultimate party scene and the Bee Gees were unstoppable. LEARN MORE 70s DJ SHAWN’s EXPERIENCE HERE.
DANCE!: Put on your Boogies Shoes and Let’s Groove Tonight because the Saturday Night Fever Disco Party will be a Celebration of Good Times! 70s DJ Shawn will MIX All of the most sensational, chart-busting dance music from the fabulous 1970s Disco – Funk Era.
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THEMED: If you want to have a “Studio 54” themed 70s disco party in your Funkytown and Shake Your Groove Thing while you Boogie Oogie Oogie on the dance floor then Connect and Book 70s DJ Shawn for your event now before someone else dose…
IDEAS: DJ Shawn will also assist you with planning out a fun, exciting and entertaining 70’s Disco Party itinerary for your event. And if you need some incredible ideas and links for 70s costume ideas and 70s novelty goodies check out the 1970s costume and novelty page. 70s DJ in Los Angeles Ca.
SERVICING: Servicing Ventura County Ca, Santa Barbara County Ca, LA Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley Ca.
CALENDAR: My calendar fills quickly and popular dates typically book within two years in advanced so contact me to discuss your event and let’s reserve your date.
DISCO: Is a genre of dance music containing elements of funk, soul, pop and salsa. It achieved popularity during the mid-1970s to the early 1980s. Its initial audiences in the U.S. were club-goers from the gay, African American, Italian American, Latino, and psychedelic communities in Philadelphia and New York City during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Disco can be seen as a reaction against both the domination of rock music and the stigmatization of dance music by the counterculture during this period. Disco was popular with both men and women from many different backgrounds, with dances including The Bump (1974), The Hustle (1975), Bus stop, Watergate and Spank.
The disco sound often has several components, a “four-on-the-floor” beat, an eighth note (quaver) or 16th note (semi-quaver) hi-hat pattern with an open hi-hat on the off-beat, and a prominent, syncopated electric bass line. In most disco tracks, string sections, horns, electric piano, and electric rhythm guitars create a lush background sound. Orchestral instruments such as the flute are often used for solo melodies, and lead guitar is less frequently used in disco than in rock. Many disco songs use electronic synthesizers, particularly in the late 1970s.