Composed by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus (Abba band members) and Stig Anderson, Abba band manager and co-writer of many Abba songs. Recorded by Abba for their fourth studio album, Arrival. The song is about a visit to a disco, with the emphasis on the joy of dancing itself. It was Abba’s only song to reach No.1 in the USA. Dancing Queen premiered on German and Japanese television during the spring of 1976. Its first live performance was in Abba’s home country Sweden on 18th June 1976 on a television programme to honour King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden and his bride-to-be, Silvia Sommerlath, who were married the next day. In 1993, in honour of Queen Silvia’s fiftieth birthday, Anni-Frid Lyngstad of Abba was asked to perform Dancing Queen on stage. The singer contacted the A Cappella vocal group, The Real Group, and together they did an A Cappella version (without musical instruments) of the song at the Royal Opera House in Stockholm in front of the King and Queen. A-Cappella/Dancing-Queen. In 2015, the song was inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame.