70 Vibe FM is back! After a two year break we are back by popular demand. As there are so many internet radio stations who deliver all kinds of music the area that seems to be in demand is the experimental era of the seventies. Due to this popularity we decided to bring back 70 vibe fm, keeping the historical methods. We hope you will enjoy the abiss of diverse music that was published in the 70s. Thank you for tuning in....
It's all about the Seventies Music!
The 1970s saw the emergence of hard rock as one of the most prominent subgenres of rock music. During the first half of the decade, British acts such as Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Uriah Heep, Black Sabbath were at the height of their international fame, particularly in the United States. By the second half of the decade, many other acts had also achieved stardom, namely, Mountain, Grand Funk Railroad, Alice Cooper, Cactus, James Gang, AC/DC, Blue Öyster Cult, Kiss, Aerosmith, Van Halen and Ted Nugent.
We play them all* here on 70 Vibe FM. *(All means we play all the genre of this era. Pop, Rock, Country, Blues, Jazz, Funk, Psychedelic, Hip hop and many more!)
About the 70's Music
The Seventies Music Scene
In North America, Europe the decade saw the rise of disco, which became one of the biggest genres of the decade, especially in the mid-to-late 1970s. In Europe, a variant known as Euro disco rose in popularity towards the end of the 1970s. Aside from disco, funk, smooth jazz, jazz fusion, and soul remained popular throughout the decade. It is this influx of popular music that soon transformed into Rock ‘n’ Roll during the Early 1970s.
Rock music played an important part in the Western musical scene, with punk rock thriving throughout the mid to late 1970s. Other subgenres of rock, particularly glam rock, hard rock,
progressive, art rock and heavy metal achieved various amounts of success. Other genres such as reggae were innovative throughout the decade and grew a significant following.
A subgenre of classical, film scores, remained popular with movie-goers. Alongside the popularity of experimental music, the decade was notable for its contributions to electronic music, which rose in popularity with the continued development of synthesizers and harmonizers; more composers embraced this particular genre, gaining the notice of listeners who were looking for something new and different. Its rising popularity, mixed with the popular music of the period, led to the creation of synthpop. Pop also had a popularity role in the 1970s.