In this post, you will find great Disco Quotes from famous people, such as Deadmau5, James Tupper, Jennifer Holliday, Jacques Torres, Ann Wilson. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Disco evolved into Chicago warehouse. Then there was techno; eventually, it evolved into EDM.
I like to dance disco.
God had to create disco music so I could be born and be successful.
I like almost everything, even country twang, disco, blue grass and accordions.
Disco is just pop music you can dance to.
I never really did any disco dancing.
In both pop and disco, the meaning of the lyrics is not too important. I have nothing I feel I particularly want to say.
My family is still in Los Angeles. We listened to all sorts of music: Mexican music, oldies, soul, disco and rock & roll. I was surrounded by music.
I don’t do disco.
People are embarrassed by disco, but I love it.
I didn’t really like the ’80s, to be honest with you. There was some good music that came out, but it went a bit disco for me.
Seeing Taylor Swift live in 2013 is seeing a maestro at the top of her or anyone’s game. No other pop auteur can touch her right now for emotional excess or musical reach – her punk is so punk, her disco is so disco. The red sequins on her guitar match the ones on her microphone, her shoes and 80 percent of the crowd.
We weren’t that big fans of Disco.
I’m so passionate about Panic! at the Disco and Brendon Urie. I’m obsessed with him.
On ‘Overpowered,’ there was a nostalgia for disco and early house music. But I’m a modernist and futurist as well. I do believe – and this is going to sound really pretentious, I know – that humanity will figure it out, so I’m optimistic about the future.
Not to be rude to my sisters, but I don’t listen to drag music. I listen to everything from punk to Italo disco to Appalachian country music, but I don’t know what their records sound like. I hardly listen to my own records. I’m like Cher!
Ironically, I grew up watching Indian movies as a kid in Russia. I am quite familiar with Bollywood. I grew up watching ‘Disco Dancer;’ I watched it some 20 times as a kid.
Obviously the music I listened to growing up helped create my musical pallet. My parents were into pop, soul, disco, RNB, Latin, jazz and Middle Eastern music.
All disco singers are non-professionals who can’t do live shows. It loses what black people have created.
When disco came around the first time, there was this real core of progressive thinking and a positive lyrical content – about freedom, the possibilities of love, change and expression.
The first years of my life were spent in a roller disco in the early ’80s called Flipper’s. It was a real riotous, incredible time. I am slightly obsessed with the place.
There are a million misconceptions about me but the greatest is probably that people think I’m the king of disco. I love disco but it is only one part of me.
I knew some people at my school who were squatters, and my younger brother was a squatter. I knew those guys: those were the people who said the Russians were the good guys and the Americans were bad. But I was the guy who went to the disco.
I love to dance in the disco, but that’s about it.