LavaLamp

Do you know where your leisure suit is? You’d better find it – quick! LavaLamp is the preeminent Seventies band in the Southeast, and they’re coming to your neighborhood soon. Blending outstanding musical and vocal talents with a fun, energetic performance spectacle, the band is determined to give you a great show each time it takes the stage. When the guys put on their leisure suits and gold chains, they mean to have a good time – and they’re gonna take you along for the ride

The Seventies were a gold mine for music lovers, and LavaLamp grew up on the tunes of this decade. The band blends an entertaining mix of Seventies soul, funk, disco, and AM Gold hits into a frenzy of on-stage excitement. Dressed in polyester, bell-bottoms, leisure suits, afros – well, you get the picture – the guys look the part from the minute the show begins. On-stage lavalamps help to set the mood, and the music comes to life and instantly takes you back to the funkiest time in music history.

These cats will put the “Yes” in polyester, and you won’t want to leave the dance floor when they’re finished. Don’t miss LavaLamp – or you’ll be sorry you did!

All 70s, All the time

Song List


“Jive Talking”
The BeeGees

“Night Fever”
Jackson Browne

“Doctor My Eyes”
Carl Carlton

“She’s a Bad Mama Jama”
The Cars

“Let’s Go”
Cheap Trick

“Surrender”
Cheap Trick

“I Want You To Want Me”
The Commodores

“Brick House”
Otis Day & the Nights

“Shama Lama Ding Dong”
Neil Diamond

“Sweet Caroline”
Doobie Brothers

“Takin’ it to the Streets”
Carl Douglass

“Kung Fu Fighting”
Dr. Hook

“On the Cover of the Rolling Stone”
Dr. Hook

“Sharing the Night Together”
Dr. John

“Right Place, Wrong Time”
Ja’ Net DuBois

“Movin’ On Up (Theme from The Jeffersons)”
Earth, Wind & Fire

“September”
Four Seasons

“Oh, What a Night (December 1963)”
Marvin Gaye

“What’s Going On?”
Marvin Gaye

“Let’s Get It On”
Gloria Gaynor

“I Will Survive”
Grand Funk Railroad

“Some Kind of Wonderful”
R. B. Greaves

“Take A Letter, Maria”
Hall & Oates

“Rich Girl”
Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds

“Don’t Pull Your Love”
Rupert Holmes

“Escape (The Pina Colada Song)”
Hot Chocolate

“You Sexy Thing”
Ides of March

“Vehicle”
Isley Brothers

“Fight the Power”
Michael Jackson

“Rock With You”
The Jacksons

“Shake Your Body (Down To the Ground)”
Billy Joel

“My Life”
Elton John

“Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting”
KC & the Sunshine Band

“I’m Your Boogie Man”
KC & the Sunshine Band

“Boogie Shoes”
KC & the Sunshine Band

“Shake Your Booty”
KC & the Sunshine Band

 

“Get Down Tonight”
King Harvest

“Dancing in the Moonlight”
Kiss

“Rock and Roll All Nite”
Kool & the Gang

“Jungle Boogie”
Kool & the Gang

“Ladies Night”
Looking Glass

“Brandy”
Barry Manilow

“Copacabana”
Steve Miller Band

“Fly Like an Eagle”
Steve Miller Band

“The Joker”
Eddie Money

“Two Tickets To Paradise”
Ohio Players

“Skin Tight”
Elvis Presley

“Burning Love”
Elvis Presley

“Suspicious Minds”
Billy Preston

“Nothing From Nothing”
Billy Preston

“Will It Go Round in Circles”
Redbone

“Come & Get Your Love”
REO Speedwagon

“Roll With the Changes”
Rolling Stones

“Miss You”
Rolling Stones

“Beast of Burden”
Boz Scaggs

“Lowdown”
The Spinners

“I`ll Be Around”
Stealer’s Wheel

“Stuck in the Middle with You”
Steely Dan

“Josie”
Steely Dan

“Peg”
The Sylvers

“Boogie Fever”
Joe Tex

“Ain’t Gonna Bump No More (With No Big Fat Woman)”
Three Dog Night

“Mama Told Me (Not to Come)”
Three Dog Night

“Never Been To Spain”
The Trammps

“Disco Inferno”
Wet Willie

“Keep On Smiling”
Wild Cherry

“Play That Funky Music”
Bill Withers

“Use Me”
Stevie Wonder

“Signed, Sealed, Delivered”
Stevie Wonder

“Sir Duke”
Stevie Wonder

“I Wish”
Stevie Wonder

“Superstition”
Stevie Wonder

 

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LavaLamp was last modified: March 21st, 2016 by Jason Guinn