The pop singer, who died today, created powerful futuristic records that changed the course of music for everDonna Summer will be remembered as the queen of disco, but in fact her best records transformed not just dancefloors but the course of pop music. Released in 1977, the year of punk, her single I Feel Love was as radical as any record that has got to No 1. Sparks were a glam rock band until they heard I Feel Love, when they decided to throw their entire musical direction in the dustbin and...
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Donna Summer, queen of disco, is dead at 63 after a battle with cancer. She scored her first hit with The Hostage in 1974, reaching number one in Belgium and number two... more info
L.A. Times - Pop & Hiss — Donna Summer, the five-time Grammy Award winner whose soaring voice and sensual purrs helped break disco music into the mainstream in the 1970s, has died in Florida, acco... more info
L.A. Times - Pop & Hiss — Donna Summer died Thursday after a battle with cancer. The singer's soaring voice and sensual purrs made her a queen of disco and an enduring figure in the music industry... more info
L.A. Times - Pop & Hiss — Donna Summer dead: Rush Limbaugh counted himself among the "Queen of Disco's" legion of fans and praised the singer, who died Thursday at the age of 63, as "one of us" on... more info
Jam! Showbiz Music, Canada — Donna Summer's former manager Joyce Trabulus was stunned by the disco diva's death on Thursday - because she had no idea the singer had been diagnosed with canc... more info
Detroit Free Press — Donna Summer, 63, topped the pop charts with songs such as "Hot Stuff," "Bad Girls" and "MacArthur Park," and she famously transitioned to the MTV era in the 1980s with t... more info