How many '70s TV shows have you watched? Find out if you can ace this theme song quiz.
We already know that the 1970s were a decade of awesome television shows. But did you know that many of the theme songs from those shows were excellent too? What makes us say that? Well, let's chat.
Did you know that the theme song from the 1970s show, "The Rockford Files," actually won a Grammy? It's true. The song, titled "The Rockford Files," was written by Mike Post and Pete Carpenter, and it won a Grammy award for Best Musical Arrangement in 1975. The song also spent two weeks in the Billboard Top 10 in August of the same year.
Do you remember these words? "Welcome back; your dreams were your ticket out. Welcome back, to that same old place that you laughed about. Well, the names have all changed since you hung around. But those dreams have remained, and they're turned around." These are the opening lines of the theme song to "Welcome Back, Kotter." The song, performed by John Sebastian, reached number one on the Billboard charts in May 1976.
How well do you remember your '70s shows theme songs? Take this quiz to find out.
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