It is officially the last dance for “The Queen of Disco”, Donna Summer. The five-time Grammy award winner died this morning in Florida after enduring a long battle with cancer. Throughout the 1970’s and 1980’s, Summer blazed the disco scene with hot dance hits like Last Dance, Love to Love You Baby, Bad Girls and She Works Hard For The Money. She was the first to achieve the number one spot on the US Billboard chart for three double albums back to back.
Summer was born on New Year’s Eve in 1948 by Boston, Massachusetts and leaves behind her husband, Brooklyn Dreams co-founder, Bruce Sudano, their two children, Brooklyn and Amanda, and Mimi, her daughter from a past marriage.
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Simone A. Santos