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Village People

Village People Village People is a Disco band that formed New York City, New York, United States in 1977. The group is well known for their outrageous on-stage costumes (the members dressing up as a police officer, an American Indian chief, a construction worker, a soldier, a leatherman (biker) and a cowboy) as for their catchy tunes and suggestive lyrics. The band was assembled in 1977 and managed by two French musicians, Jacques Morali and Henri Belolo, specifically to showcase and perform their disco music creations. Much like Frank Farian’s Boney M. or Spice Girls, the group was manufactured. Despite the French song writers, the songs were all in English.
Band From: United States, New York City - New York
Band Members: Original Lineup: Victor Willis [Cop/Admiral], Alex Briley [G.I./Sailor], David Hodo [Construction Worker], Glenn Hughes [Leatherman/Biker], Randy Jones [Cowboy], and Felipe Rose [Indian]