Now, this guy looks like he knows how to party. Below we see Bob Crewe with a friend partying in 1977 at the famous Brazilian-themed nightclub, Cachaca, in NYC. Bob Crewe was the American singer, songwriter, dancer, and record producer behind some of the 60s and 70s most famous songs.
He and Bob Gaudio wrote the famous “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” performed by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Crewe and Gaudio went on to write several Top 10 singles for the Four Seasons, believe it or not. Crewe was also involved with the music group Disco-Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes.
Jamie Leigh Curtis Parties in Roller Skates
We're used to seeing this one getting chased around by a mask-wearing serial killer in the dark of night. But in reality, this Hollywood star had plenty of carefree, fun-loving nights during this glorious time. The "Halloween" film series star Jamie Leigh Curtis also had her share of fun back in the 70s.
In the photo below, the daughter of gorgeous and famous parents, Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis attends a roller-skating party in December of 1977 in Los Angeles. In this photo, Curtis is the epitome of the 1970s, rocking her knee-padded denim, freshly cut bangs, black suspenders, and a very cool t-shirt that read "Crosby's killers."
No introduction is needed here, as we are all familiar with actor Morgan Freeman and his stellar acting career. The star of movies such as "The Shawshank Redemption" and "Se7en" is renowned for having been something of a late bloomer in Hollywood. So it's funny to see him in his younger years.
Apart from being a brilliant actor, he also knew how to party hard when the occasion called for it. Above, we see Freeman with his wife Jeanette attending the premiere party for the Broadway show "Might Gents," where he starred. The year was 1978, and the Freemans were ready for a very fun night.
Barry Manilow and the Golden Girls
The 70s wouldn't have been the same with songs like 'Mandy' and 'Could It Be Magic.' These and dozens of other chart-topping hits made singer Barry Manilow one of America's most famous music artists. And the man sure loved his parties. Back in the day, Manilow was quite a looker, as you can see here.
Above we see the Manilow himself dressed in groovy 70s patterns and some stylish, yellow-tinted glasses. He and the lovely-looking, golden-dressed girls, were at Manilow's New York apartment in 1975 for a party the singer was throwing. He sure did know how to throw down back in the day.
Johnny Carson at The Tonight Show's 10th Anniversary Party
Before Jimmy Fallon and Jon Stewart, there was Johnny Carson, otherwise known as the godfather of American show hosting. During the 70s, Carson was one of America's most famous T.V. personas, the star of The Tonight Show, and also a comedian, producer, and writer of the show. Being a good show host goes hand in hand with being a people person and loving social events.
Above, we see Carson at the Tonight Show's 10th-anniversary party in 1972, alongside his wife Joanna Holland and famous attendees like director Bobby Quinn. Drinking champagne, dressed to impress, and in a very fancy venue.