Blondie took the pop playbook and ripped it to shreds. Here are some of their career-defining songs.
Disco was the music of liberation, inclusiveness, and empowerment with a four-on-the-floor bassline as its rallying cry.
Her audacious piece of 'bedroom soul' was certified gold in the US by the RIAA, for shipments of 500,000 copies.
After her 'Love To Love You Baby' breakthrough came Donna's fourth studio album 'Four Seasons Of Love.'
The collaboration between a master producer and a British musician who blazed his own trail in electro-pop.
Her most famous collaborator Giorgio Moroder described Donna Summer’s legendary hit “I Feel Love” as “the birth of electronic dance music” and there is no doubt that she retains the title of...
Originally released in 1984, ‘Love Kills’ features on the much-missed Queen star's recently-released box set of solo recordings, 'Never Boring'.
The string of European dates will see the 78-year-old synth-pop legend—who typically tours DJ sets—playing piano, vocoder, and synths with a live band and vocalists.
The record features music from the Tony Award-nominated Broadway blockbuster as performed by the original cast.
It's the 16th dance chart-topper for the late pop-dance diva.
A special new 120g pink swirl vinyl edition of Queen of Disco Donna Summer's 'On The Radio: Greatest Hits I And II' is set for release on 22 June.
From the Hammond B-3 to synths and drum machines, as technology advanced throughout the decades, so artists pushed music into the future. uDiscover traces the fascinating history.
Casablanca Records, which brought worldwide success to Donna Summer, Kiss, Cameo, Parliament and many others, has launched as a dance imprint in Australia.