Donna Summer

image of Donna Summer performing, circa 1975. The image is a tight shot from her chest up to her head as she holds a microphone in her left hand up close to her mouth. Her head is back and her eyes are closed, revealing light blue eye shadow, as she passionately sings into the mic. Above and behind her, a circular spotlight shines down.

PBS Docuseries Will Offer a ‘Revisionist’ History of Disco

The three-part “Disco: Sound of a Revolution” premieres in Summer 2024 and will delve into the often overlooked history of 1970s disco music and culture, and how it speaks to some of today’s biggest issues.

Arm Candy: A Celebrity Escort's Tales from the Red Carpet, Julia Roberts, Chris Gaida

“I Was a Celebrity Escort”

A tell-all tale on escorting Hollywood’s most famous stars.

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‘Friday Night Videos’ Helped a Lot of MTV-Less Early ’80s Music Fans

“For many of you, Friday Night Videos will be your first experience with music video” said a narrator during an intro to an early episode of NBC’s series. And it was true. For early ’80s music fans without MTV or cable television altogether, FNV filled a big void.

Disco, Bee-Gees- Donna Summer, Diana Ross

Shake Your Booty to Billboard’s Best Disco Hits of All Time!

Heat up your summer with these hot Disco hits!

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‘Thank God It’s Friday’: The Fun Disco Comedy Turns 45

Released May 19, 1978, during the height of the disco era, Thank God It’s Friday offers a great soundtrack featuring Casablanca Records and Motown artists, led by star Donna Summer, who performs the Oscar-winning “Last Dance,” and the Commodores, who appear as themselves for a performance of “Too Hot ta Trot.”

DONNA SUMMER - ALIVE AND MORE, Donna Summer, 01-08-1980.

‘Love To Love You’ Shares the Personal Side of Late Disco Queen Donna Summer

Exploring the highs and lows of a life lived on the global stage, ‘Love to Love You, Donna Summer’ is a deeply personal portrait of the queen of the disco revolution.