Dancin’ (on a Saturday Night)
Recorded for Epic Records, “Dancin’ (on a Saturday Night)” cracked the Billboard Pop Singles charts at No. 93 and made it to the top 10 in Sweden. Flash Cadillac continued to make hits on Private Stock Records, including “Did You Boogie (With Your Baby)” and “Good Times, Rock & Roll.” Appearances with widely acclaimed artists such as ZZ Top, Joe Cocker, Kenny Rogers, Rick Springfield, Styx, the Beach Boys and Wolfman Jack allowed Flash Cadillac added to their widespread popularity.
A series of lineup changes provided both Jeff “Wally” Stewart and Paul “Wheaty” Wheatbread the opportunity to play drums for the group over the course of the early 1970s.By the mid-1970s, after growing tired of the Los Angeles music scene, the band purchased a ranch near Woodland Park, Colorado and built up the facility into a 24-track studio. Here they produced and performed music for the nationally broadcast radio program, Supergold.