Originally Posted by Alrightmate
Can anybody explain why there was so much Teddy Boy stuff in the charts in the mid-70s?
I just don't get it because it wasn't the 1950s.
Is this due to the age of the show makers trying to promote music they used to like as teenagers? A bit like Simon Cowell promoting dated ballady type music from the 80s and 90s on The X Factor?
Have you not heard of retro/revivals, and of art going in cycles?