Village People

Village People

VILLAGE PEOPLE. American disco group of the 1970-80s known for their trade-mark on-stage personas depicting American cultural stereotypes. Originally created to target disco's gay audience by featuring popular gay fantasy personas, the band's popularity quickly brought them into the mainstream. The Village People scored a number of disco dance hits including ; Macho Man / YMCA (No1 1978) / In The Navy (No2 1979) / Go West (No15 1979) and Cant Stop The Music (No11 1980), selling upwards of 100 million records world-wide.

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Village People

Reference Number. 12465


Five original circa 1980's autograph book pages, clearly signed in markers by five group members ; Alex Briley (GI & sailor) (Carlos, thanks for your time + support) /  David Scar Hodo (construction worker) (For Carlos Scar) / Felipe Rose (Indian) (May the spirit of all be with the dawn force. Peace) / Randy Jones (cowboy) (Carlos macho !) and Glenn Hughes d2001 (biker / leatherman) (Carlos. Be hot. Be Cool. Be Red. The Leatherman Village People)

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