Music Artists


Live on Stage at the Palace Theater in Waterbury, CT. All of YOUR favorite Music Artists performing their #1 Music Hits. This is what happens when Disco Music MEETS Freestyle Music. You get a show stopping concert not to be missed.

Our “Boogie Down” Disco Artists

Carol Douglas – Facebook Page

Music Artists - Carol Douglas - Disco Freestyle Platinum Series

In 1974, Douglas was recruited by Midland International Records via an ad in Showbiz magazine: label vice president/record producer Eddie O’Loughlin had heard the UK hit single “Doctor’s Orders” by Sunny and was seeking a female vocalist to cut the track for the U.S. market. Douglas’s audition led to a five-year contract and her version of “Doctor’s Orders” became a hit, reaching #2 on the Billboard disco chart, #9 R&B, and #11 on the Hot 100; the single also reached #4 in France.

Harold Melvin Blue Notes – Facebook Page

Music Artists - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - Disco Freestyle Platinum Series

Among the Blue Notes’ most important and successful recordings are love songs such as 1972’s “If You Don’t Know Me by Now” (#1 Billboard R&B, #3 pop), their breakout single, “I Miss You” (#7 R&B, #58 pop), “The Love I Lost” (#1 R&B, #7 pop, 1973) and socially conscious songs such as “Wake Up Everybody” (#1 R&B, #12 pop) and “Bad Luck” (#4 R&B, #15 pop), both in 1975. “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc by the RIAA on November 21, 1972 “Bad Luck” holds the record for the longest-running number-one hit on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart: 11 weeks.

A 1976 remake of “Don’t Leave Me This Way” by Motown artist Thelma Houston was a number-one hit on the US pop chart; her version is one of the defining recordings of the discoera. The Blue Notes’ version on the album, “Wake Up Everybody” was not released as a single in the USA at the time, but proved to be the group’s biggest hit in the UK (#5) when released there as a single in 1977. The track was finally issued as a single in the US on 12-inch in 1979, coupled with “Bad Luck”. The group recorded four albums with Gamble & Huff, all of them going gold (over 500,000 copies), according to RIAA, including To Be True (#26, Billboard Top 40 albums) and Wake Up Everybody (#9), both in 1975. Wake Up Everybody and a greatest hits compilation released in 1976, Collector’s Item, have now sold over a million copies.

France Joli – Facebook Page

Music Artists - France Joli - Disco Freestyle Platinum Series

“Come to Me” is a #1 disco hit from 1979 performed by France Joli, who had recorded it at the age of fifteen with producer, Tony Green, who composed the song and briefly sings on it. The track also features the famed Philadelphia session vocalists, The Sweethearts of Sigma Sound. The song was introduced on the album France Joli, which was released in the US on 17 April 1979 on Prelude, and rose to #26. On the Billboard Hot 100. “Come to Me” received a major boost on 7 July when Joli performed it as a last minute replacement for Donna Summer at a concert held on Fire Island, whose estimated audience numbered 5000. France Joli also has other hit songs like “The Heart to Break the Heart“and “Gonna Get Over You.”

Disco Unlimited “The #1 Disco Band on The East Coast”- Facebook Page

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Get ready to Boogie! Disco Unlimited will be here at The Palace Theater!!

Disco Unlimited has become the hottest disco show and dance band on the East Coast. Capturing a time in music that to this day has not been matched, Disco Unlimited will exhilarate you with their powerful vocals, tight harmonies and dance grooves, and instantly transport you to a time when Saturday nights meant white suits and platform shoes and the best music.

Felipe Native American of Village People Fame – Facebook Page


Music Artists - Felipe Rose-Disco Freestyle Platinum Series

In 1977, Village People had their first hit with “San Francisco”, although this song became a hit only in the United Kingdom. Then in 1978 they had their first hits in the U.S. with “Macho Man” followed by “Y.M.C.A.”

In the 1980’s, Rose sang and danced for the Latin music maestro Tito Puente and he also starred in a regional theater production of West Side Story. In 1996, Rose started the Tomahawk Group, an entertainment and recording company which handles the Village People’s releases and songs. The company is also in charge of the group’s many engagements.


George Lamond – Facebook Page

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