With phrases like totally and awesome, we will never forget them. We already have a list of the best hair band power ballads. However, we wanted to encompass all of the best s love songs. Many songs on our list are tried and true to this day. Many brides and grooms danced to the songs below as their first dance as a married couple.
Let’s Dance (At Your Wedding) with 1980s Songs
Fresh off of my first wedding of the new season here in Charleston, I felt the inspiration to put together while it was still fresh in my mind a new playlist that was comprised of my choices for First Dance Songs Of The 80s. When I initially saw some of the selections for this past weekend, I had a huge grin on my face because a lot of the songs I played during my radio career for many years. Seeing it all play out inspired me to think of some other beautiful songs that could be used for the first dance from the 80s. Download These 25 Best 80s First Dance Songs From Spotify Right NOW If you just got engaged and are seeking some inspiration when it comes to picking the right music for your wedding day, I've made it a lot easier for modern brides and grooms to get inside my mind as a wedding DJ. Feel free to head over to Spotify right now and do a search for DJ Mike Bills to access all of my playlists that are continuously being updated. Let me know what you think. I'll go into more detail about their wedding in my next post, but "The Promise" was initially released in the UK in , and would hit the radio in America in The song would make it all the way to 11 on the Hot , and 1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club play chart.
The s were the decade of dance. Disco became popular after the release of Saturday Night Fever in When we think of fun songs for a wedding reception, most of us think of the s.
Big hair, neon clothes…was there any other decade quite like the s? And, even if you are theming your wedding more traditionally, many of these songs are a sure-fire way to get your friends and family on their feet and flooding the dancefloor. Chaka Khan was the lead singer of the band Rufus from Ask the DJ to add this one to the playlist. The romantic comedy film An Officer and a Gentleman ends with a song that topped the charts in several countries around the world. The film is the story of a pilot who falls for a local girl at his base. The song was written specially for the film even though there was no budget left. The music producers chose Jennifer Warnes to sing on a track as she had already had several soundtrack hits. Because she was a big fan of the rhythm and blues singer Joe Cocker, she suggested they collaborate. He originally only agreed to take part in the project because of a small portion of the lyrics.