When did the Bears do The Super Bowl Shuffle? The Bears that year captivated NFL fans by going 15-1 and launched themselves into a national spotlight when they released “The Super Bowl Shuffle” on December 3, 1985.
Who came up with The Super Bowl Shuffle?
|“The Super Bowl Shuffle”|
|Songwriter(s)||Bobby Daniels Lloyd Barry (music) Richard E. Meyer Melvin Owens (lyrics)|
|Producer(s)||Richard E. Meyer|
Who played the saxophone in The Super Bowl Shuffle? I also recorded Steve Eisen, who did the sax solo. Steve Eisen (saxophone, “The Super Bowl Shuffle”): Freddie called me about it on a Saturday morning. He didn’t say what it was, he just said it was lean bread because it was a benefit. I think it got $65.
Who beat the Chicago Bears in 1985? This Day in Dolphins History: December 2, 1985
In maybe the most memorable Monday Night Football game in NFL history, the Miami Dolphins beat the then-unbeaten Chicago Bears 38-24 on Monday Night Football. It would be the only loss the Bears had in the 1985 season.