Top 10 for week commencing July 7, 1985 Sister Sledge Frankie Harold Faltermeyer Axel F Madonna Crazy For You Kool And The Gang
Cherish Bruce Springsteen Born In The USA Marti Webb Ben Denise Lasalle My Toot Toot Fine Young Cannibals Johnny Come Home Mai Tai History Eurythmics There Must Be An Angel In the news It was one of the most important pop concerts the world had ever seen, and Live Aid - which took place this week in 1985 - is still talked about to this day.
From hits of Prince to The Police, Sheena Easton to Spandau Ballet, Blondie to Kim Carnes, Bangles to Irene Cara, Whitney Houston to Wham, Billy Joel to Rick Astley, Kool and the Gang
to Queen, reminisce the era characterized by big shoulder pads, big hair, bold colors, bold fashion trends, and, of course, larger-than-life performers and their immortal music.
On her Facebook page, she rejoiced by sharing the YouTube link to Kool and The Gang
's hit track 'Celebration.'
American music icons Kool and the Gang
was the highlight of Desert Beats which also featured a tribute to the King of Pop Michael Jackson.
For nearly 50 years, Kool And The Gang
have been bringing the funk.
Other highlights include Kool and the Gang
on June 9 and Chic featuring Nile Rodgers on June 11.
Rhythm-and-blues musician George ''Funky'' Brown (Kool and the Gang
) is 66.
Paul Rudd, Melissa MCCarthy, Christoph Waltz, Chef Bobby Flay, Seth MACFarlane, Julianna Margulies, Chris O'Donnell, Jim Parsons, Sofia Vergara and Kool and The Gang
, among others have also been selected for Hollywood Boulevard.
Labrinth, Leicester's X Factor winner Sam Bailey, The Saturdays, Union J, The Real Thing, Kool and the Gang
and Stereo Nation complete the Saturday line-up.
Children from 60 primary schools across the city are taking part in a mass fitness activity which will see them dance together to songs such as the 'Cha Cha Slide' and Kool and the Gang
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, Four Tops, Mercer believes that ballet fans will see a version of Swan Lake at Venue Cymru next month much as Tchaikovsky intended when he wrote the score - except that it's on ice.
If any self-respecting music fan finds himself at an arena this Christmas he might be very afraid to be confronted with Kool And The Gang
, Sister Sledge, Howard Jones, Go West, T'Pau, The Christians and ABC.