Donna Summer


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The Queen of Disco!

Donna got her first break as a performer in the musical Hair, although she had to move to Munich, Germany to hold down the contract.

In Germany she met songwriters and producers that worked with her to release Love To Love You Baby (1975) and I Feel Love (1977), the latter becoming legendary for laying the foundations for electronic dance music as it featured only synths.

In 1979, Donna released Hot Stuff, another big hit for the American singer and her Italian producer/writer Giorgio Moroder who wrote most of Diana’s big hits.

Donna was crowned the Queen of Disco, and Giorgio got his nick name the Father of Disco thanks to their late 70s hit parade.

Donna Summer’s biggest tunes include On The Radio, Bad Girls, She Works Hard For The Money, and the aforementioned Love To Love You Baby, I Feel Love, and the hilarious Hot Stuff.

Donna Summer sold 100 million records.


Donna Summer | Tunes


Hot Stuff

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Sittin’ here eatin’ my heart out waitin’, waitin’ for some lover to call.
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Dialed about a thousand numbers lately, almost rang the phone off the wall.

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