List of disco artists (A–E)

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The following lists groups or individuals primarily associated with the disco era of the 1970s and some of their most noteworthy disco hits. Numerous artists, not usually considered disco artists, implemented some of the styles and sounds of disco music, and are also included.

See Also: List of disco artists (A–E), List of disco artists (F–K), List of disco artists (L–R), List of disco artists (S–Z)

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  • ABBA
  • Ace
    • "How Long" (1972)
  • Al Green
    • "Full of Fire" (1975), "Love and Happiness" (1977)
  • Al Hudson and the Partners
    • "Spread Love" (1978), "You Can Do It" (1979), "Happy Feet" (1979)
  • Alec R. Costandinos(France)
    • "Romeo & Juliet" (1977)
  • Alicia Bridges
  • Alisha Chinai(India)
  • Alka Yagnik(India)
    • "Tum Nahin Jaana" (1998)
  • Alton McClain & Destiny
    • "It Must Be Love" (1978), "Crazy Love" (1979)
  • Amanda Lear
    • "Blood and Honey" (1977), "Enigma" (1978), "Follow Me" (1978), "Fashion Pack" (1979), "Lilli Marlene" (1979), "Diamonds" (1980), "Fever" (1982), "Love Your Body" (1983), "Darkness And Light" (1983), "No Regrets" (1984), "No Credit Card" (1985)
  • Ambros Seelos
    • "Gimme More" (1979)
  • Amii Stewart
    • "Knock On Wood" (1979), "Light My Fire/137 Disco Heaven" (1979), "Jealousy" (1979), "The Letter" (1979), "The Winner Takes All" (1979), "Step Into The Love Line" (1979), "Great Balls Of Fire" (1982), "Where Did Our Love Go" (1982), "Working Late Tonight" (1983), "Friends" (1985), "Stand" (1986), "Time Is Tight" (1986), "So Shy" (1992), "I Can't Give Up" (1992)
  • Andrea True Connection
    • "More More More" (1976), "Party Line" (1976), "What's Your Name, What's Your Number" (1977), "New York, You Got Me Dancing" (1977), "White Witch" (1977), "Fill Me Up (Heart to Heart)" (1977)
  • Andy Gibb
    • "I Just Want to Be Your Everything" (1977), "Shadow Dancing" (1978), Desire(1980)
  • Andy Williams
    • "Love Story (Where Do I Begin)" disco version(1979)
  • Angela Bofill
    • "People Make the World Go 'Round" (1979), "Angel of the Night", (1979), "Something About You" (1981)
  • Anita Ward
  • Ann-Margret
    • "Love Rush (In E-Minor)" (1979), "Midnight Message" (1979), "Everybody Needs Somebody Sometime" (1981)
  • Arabesque
    • "Hello, Mr. Monkey" [3](1977), "Friday Night" (1978), "Peppermint Jack" (1979),
  • Archie Bell & the Drells
    • "Let's Go Disco" (1976), "Let's Groove" (1976), "The Soul City Walk" (1976), "Everybody Have A Good Time" (1977), "Don't Let Love Get You Down" (1977), "Strategy" (1979)
  • Aretha Franklin
    • "No One Could Ever Love You More" (1977), "Ladies Only" (1979), "Only Star" (1979)
  • Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra
    • "Saturday Night Fever Medley" (1979), "Bachmania" (1979)
  • Arthur Prysock
    • "When Love Is New" (1976)
  • Asha Bhosle(India)
    • "Mil Gaya Humko Saathi" (1977), "Jab Chaye Mera Jadoo" (1980), Pyaar Karnewale" (1982), "Disco Station" (1982), "Dil Le Gayi" (1997), "Khallas" (2003)
  • Asha Puthli(India, USA)
    • "Latin Lover" (1978), "Peek-A-Boo Boogie" (1978), "I'm Gonna Dance" (1979), "Music Machine (Dedication to Studio 54)" (1979)
  • Ashford & Simpson
    • "Over and Over" (1976), "It Seems to Hang On" (1978), "Get Up and Do Sumething" (1978), "Flashback" (1978), "Found A Cure" (1979), "Nobody Knows" (1979), "Dance Forever" (1979)
  • Atlantic Starr
    • "Stand Up" (1978), "Being In Love With You Is So Much Fun" (1978), "Keep It Comin'" (1978), "Straight to the Point" (1979)

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