WHO ARE THEY: Producer Jacques Morali came up with the concept for The Village People and assembled the group in 1977 as an attempt to attract gay audiences through a parody of stereotypes. The costumes worn by the Village People, depicting a policeman, Native American, construction worker, biker, cowboy and soldier, undoubtedly added to the group’s appeal. In 1978, the group scored its monster hit, “YMCA,” which remains an anthem to this day. In addition to “YMCA,” the group also had great success with the singles “Macho Man” and “In the Navy.”
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