1978 was the year you....
WATCHED AT THE MOVIES:
Grease, Animal House, JAWS 2, and The Deer Hunter
WATCHED ON TV:
CHIPS, Saturday Night Live, and Happy Days.
for 63 cents a gallon!
Raggedy Anne and Andy
Hungry Hungry Hippos
Casey Jones Musical Train
Bee Gees - Stayin Alive
One of the greatest songwriting teams and harmonizing trios of the last 40 years, the Bee Gees perform live in 1989 from the National Tennis Center in Melbourne, Australia.
The Rolling Stones - Miss You *(ALSO Had the Top Album with Some Girls)
The official promo video for the Rolling Stones' 1978 single, 'Miss You'. The song is from the 1978 album Some Girls and was composed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and produced by the Glimmer Twins.
Queen - We Are The Champions/We Will Rock You
Subscribe to the Official Queen Channel Here http://bit.ly/Subscribe2Queen Taken from News Of The World, 1977. Queen - 'We Will Rock You' Click here to buy the DVD with this video at the Official Queen Store: http://www.queenonlinestore.com The official 'We Will Rock You' music video. Taken from Queen - 'Greatest Video Hits 1'.
Billy Joel - Just The Way You Are *(ALSO Had 52nd Street became his first #1 Album)
In 1977, Billy Joel released his album The Stranger, his first critical and commercial success which spent six weeks at #2 on the charts. Watch the official music video for his first top 10 single 'Just The Way You Are'.
And Us MICHIGANDERS Cant Forget ..
The Blizzard of '78!
Record 24 hour snowfall! Snowfalls for the entire storm included a whopping 30.0 inches at Muskegon, 19.3 inches at Lansing and 19.2 at Grand Rapids. Snowfalls were less over Southeast Lower Michigan (mainly because of the rain that fell for a period) and included 9.9 inches at Flint and 8.2 inches at Detroit!
Finished 5th in AL East
Finished in third place with a record of 7–9.
Red Wings Hockey:
Finished 5th in NHL Norris Division
Finished 4th in NBA Central Division
The Rolling Stones played Masonic Hall Detroit
Rush played at Cobo Arena Downtown Detroit
Bruce Springsteen played Detroit's Masonic Temple
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band at Masonic Temple in Detroit, Michigan on September 1, 1978. Audience recording JEMS/Flynn, on the CDs "Wild Cathedral Evening". Setlist and run times below!
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