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Theater Review: The Spangly Pleasures of
Summer: The Donna Summer Musical
Is it Ibsen? No. Does it work on its own terms? Absolutely.
Donna Summer Song Gets Streaming Boost After Quincy Jones Interview
Quincy Jones claimed Michael Jackson stole Summer’s “State of Independence” for “Billie Jean.”
Broadway’s Donna Summer Musical Casts Its Three Donnas
Meet “Diva Donna,” “Disco Donna,” and “Duckling Donna.”
Last (Sing and) Dance: A Musical About Donna Summer Is in the Works
And Your 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Are …
Donna Summer! Public Enemy! Rush!
Read Donna Summer’s Never-Before-Published 1989 Letter to ACT UP
Donna Summer: all for peace.
Music Review: Abebe on the Scissor Sisters’
Dance music is mainstream again. Where does that leave outsider disco-revivalists Scissor Sisters?
The Last Days of Disco: Abebe Remembers Donna Summer and Robin Gibb
Digging through the discographies of these two artists feels like a good corrective to the way disco’s been memorialized.
The Music and Legacy of Donna Summer
A spin through the Queen of Disco’s oh-so-danceable discography.
Donna Summer Has Died at 63
She’d been battling cancer.
Donna Summer Has a New Single!
It’s a breathy dance single called “To Paris With Love.”