Heardle 70

Heardle 70 is a wildly loved game of music. You hear a small portion of a tune from a certain time and the aim is to guess what it was. There are a variety of times that the songs could be from, based on the particular version of the game.

This article will focus on the answers or tracks of Heardle’s 1970s. Below, I will provide today’s answer with the other answers from the past two weeks.

70s heardle Answer Today

The answer for today’s Heardle 70s answer is Don McLean – Vincent (Starry Starry Night).

Our Heardle 70s archive can be found as follows:

Heardle 70 Answers for Yesterday & Previous Weeks

January 14: Sister Sledge – He’s the Greatest Dancer

January 13: Carpenters – Only Yesterday

January 12: Bee Gees – How Deep is Your Love?

January 11: Smokie – Living Next Door to Alice

January 10: Rose Royce – Car Wash

January 08: Brian Hyland – Gypsy Woman.

January 07: Peaches & Herb

January 06: Grand Funk Railroad – (She’s) Some Kind of Wonderful

January 05: John Denver – Annie’s Song

January 04: Edison Lighthouse – Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)

January 03: Sherbet – Howzat

January 02: Barry White – I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More Baby

January 01: ABBA – Mamma Mia

December 31: Boney M. – Belfast

December 30: Edward Bear – Last Song

December 29: The Osmonds – Crazy Horses

December 28: The Rubettes – Sugar Baby Love

December 27: Rita Coolidge – We’re All Alone

December 26: Marvin Gaye – Got to Give it Up

December 25: Chic – I Want Your Love

December 24: Fleetwood Mac – Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win).

December 22: Gilbert O’Sullivan – Clair

December 21: Creedence Clearwater Revival – Long As I Can See the Light.

December 18: Stevie Wonder – Send One Your Love.

December 16: Carole King – Jazzman

December 15: 10cc – Dreadlock Holiday

December 13: Paul Simon – Mother And Child Reunion.

December 12: Stephen Stills – Love the One You’re With.

December 11: Billy Preston – Nothing From Nothing.

December 10: Mac Davis – Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me.

December 09: Paul McCartney & Wings – My Love.

December 08: Michael Zager Band – Let’s All Chant.

December 07: Randy Vanwarmer – Just When I Needed You Most.

December 06: Slade – Cum On Feel the Noize.

December 05: Earth, Wind & Fire – After the Love Has Gone.

December 04: Genesis – Follow You Follow Me.

December 03: Ian Dury & The Blockheads – Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick.

December 02: Andy Gibb – (Love Is) Thicker Than Water.

December 01: Dorothy Moore – Misty Blue.

November 30: Three Dog Night – Black & White.

November 29: The Real Thing – You to Me Are Everything.

November 28: Main Ingredient – Everybody Plays the Fool.

November 27: Marvin Hamlisch – The Entertainer.

November 26: Marvin Hamlisch – The Entertainer.

November 25: Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams – Too Much Too Little Too Late.

November 24: Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams – Too Much Too Little Too Late.

November 23: Bee Gees – Nights On Broadway.

November 22: Creedence Clearwater – Revival Up Around the Bend.

November 21: Helen Reddy – I am a Woman.

November 20: Chicago – Saturday in the Park.

November 19: KC & The Sunshine Band – (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty

November 18: David Cassidy – Cherish.

November 17: Blondie – Sunday Girl

November 16: George Baker Selection – Morning Sky

November 15: Minnie Riperton – Lovin’ You

November 14: Boney M. – Ma Baker

November 13: Jonathan Edwards – Sunshine.

November 10: Mud – Oh Boy

November 9: Melanie Brand – New Key

November 8: Melanie Brand – New Key

November 7: Smokie – I’ll Meet You At Midnight

November 6: The Sweet – Action

November 2: Bonnie Tyler – It’s a Heartache

November 1: The Who – Won’t Get Fooled Again

October 31: Frankie Valli – My Eyes Adored You

October 30: Carpenters – Rainy Days & Mondays

October 27: Jackson 5 – The Love You Save

October 26: Steve Miller Band – Rock ‘n’ Me

October 25: Meat Loaf – Paradise By the Dashboard Light

October 23: Marit Larsen – If A Song Could Get Me You

October 20: Sugarloaf – Green-eyed Lady

October 19: Earth, Wind & Fire – Sing a Song

October 18: Chicago – If You Leave Me Now

October 17: Nicolette Larson – Lotta Love

October 16: Tony Christie – (Is This the Way To) Amarillo

October 12: Slade – Everyday

October 11: Slade – Everyday

October 10: Maria Muldaur – Midnight at The Oasis

October 9: Creedence Clearwater Revival – Lookin’ Out My Back Door

October 6: Michael Jackson – Ben

October 5: Sylvers – Boogie Fever

October 4: Steely Dan – Rikki Don’t Lose That Number

October 3: Dave Edmunds – I Hear You Knockin’

October 2: Boney M. – Brown Girl In The Ring

September 30: Clarence Carter – Patches

How to Play Heardle 70s

As previously mentioned the primary goal in the game is to determine the correct track. The game is played as a short excerpt of a random track from the late 1970’s. You get six turns to correctly guess the song otherwise, you forfeit the game. Each turn, a fresh snippet of the track is released. There is the option to look up the name and the artist’s name in the search box beneath. After all the snippets have been unlocked, it’s your responsibility to guess what you can find.

To boost your odds of winning, the one certain way to win is to keep listening to more 70s-inspired music. The more songs you are familiar with, the more likely you are to recognize what you hear.

When playing the game ensure that you make sure to take your time and play the snippet of music several times. This way, you’ll be the most likely to be able to recall a song that could be at the forefront of your thoughts. Also, you can use your search engine. Make use of it to find the most likely artists to match. Consider which artists in mind fit the type of music you’re listening to.