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Bicho Brothers take Main Street Live back to the '70s

The ’70s were a stellar decade for music and probably one of the most varied and diverse eras in pop history.

Main Street Live summer concert series reminded locals why that statement is true with The Bicho Brothers on Friday night.

Perfect time for a ’70s music trivia challenge.

The Village People released what famous song in 1978?

“Y.M.C.A.,” said Gail Youngblood. Correct.

Gloria Gaynor celebrated a No. 1 hit single in 1979 that would become her legendary song. Name that hit!

“I Will Survive,” said Patti Barnes. Correct.

What was the name of the 1977 bestselling album by Fleetwood Mac?

“Rumors,” said Hillary Robinson. Correct.

No one offered the correct answer to: What was the bestselling album in the U.S. in the 1970s? Do you know?

Johnni Terry was asked her favorite band of the 1970s.

“The Bee Gees, baby” shouted Terry, who couldn’t pick a favorite song. “I liked all their songs. One comes on the radio and I’m ready to dance and sing. Loved them.”

What was the 1979 No. 1 hit for the Bee Gees? No correct answer was given. Do you know?

The Bicho Brothers kicked off its first set with songs like “Takin’ Care of Business,” “Can’t Get Enough of Your Love, Babe,” “The Letter,” “The Cisco Kid,” and “Evil Ways.”

Up next in the Main Street Live summer concert series lineup is Mix Tape, a 1980s tribute band. It takes place at the Security Federal Savings Bank stage this Friday, July 29 at 7 p.m. See Wednesday’s edition of the Southern Standard for more information on that band.