It was the decade of pre-Scientology John Travolta, groovalicious bell-bottoms and generous wa-wa pedals. And now, 30 years later, in a salute to the velvet-jumpsuit era we just can't forget, the Gay Men's Chorus of Houston presents Seventies Fever, with cameo appearances by the Bayou City Women's Chorus.
The concert comprises soft rock ballads, fiery disco hits and even TV theme songs. But this collection gives you something those TimeLife compilations don't: a dynamic group of singers who dance, ham it up and wear vintage costumes to boot. "Think of it like That ´70s Show," says GMCH member James Black, "but times a hundred guys and 50 women and live." Go back to your trucker hats and MTV, Ashton. These guys are singing Captain & Tennille.
Tue., March 28, 8 p.m.
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