Studio 54 was a legendary nightclub in New York City that was the epicenter of elusive celebrity culture in the 1970’s, perfectly coinciding with the disco era. The club was open for three years, during which anyone who was anyone would make an appearance. There are so many stories about the goings on of the nightclub, but how much of that lore is fact and how much of it is myth? Take a glimpse into this exciting and secretive world.
Ride In Style
Studio 54 had a notoriously exclusive entrance policy, with people lining up in desperate hopes of getting in. If you were not famous, it was pretty difficult to get in. That’s why this guy came in riding a horse in order to try to stand out from the rest of the crowd.
In the 1970’s, Cher’s career was at its zenith, having already released ten successful albums, both as a solo artist and with then-husband Sonny Bono. By the late 70’s, she had begin to transition to acting and would later win an Oscar as well. Here she is dancing the night away at Studio 54.