Disco fable Donna Summer died at the age of 63, her arranger said Thursday. Summer was best accepted for such hits as "Love to Lnud You Baby," "Bad Girls" and "She Works Hard for the Money."
“We will not overlook all those abounding hits she put out there,” Aretha Franklin says She was adversity from cancer, arranger Brian Edwards says Summer was “a woman of abounding gifts, the greatest getting her faith,” a ancestors account says She rose to pop music acclaim starting in 1975 with “Love to Love You Baby”
(CNN) — Donna Summer, the “Queen of Disco” whose hits included “Hot Stuff,” “Bad Girls,”"Love to Love You Baby” and “She Works Hard for the Money,” has died, a adumbrative said Thursday. She was 63.
Her publicist, Brian Edwards, said Summer was adversity from cancer. She died amidst by her ancestors in Florida, he said.
“Early this morning, we absent Donna Summer Sudano, a woman of abounding gifts, the greatest getting her faith,” a ancestors account said. “While weache her passing, we are at accord adulatory her amazing activity and her connected legacy.
Words absolutely can’t accurate how abundant we acknowledge your prayers and adulation for our ancestors at this acute time.”
Summer aboriginal rose to acclaim the mid-’70s, acknowledgment to “Love to Love You Baby.” The song, with Summer’s aside vocals and orgasmic groans helped ascertain the mid-’70s disco trend and hit No. 2 in 1976. Summer followed the song with such hits as “I Feel Love,” “Last Dance” and a disco-fied adaptation of the Richard Harris hit “MacArthur Park,” which outdid Harris’ adaptation by hitting No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart. It was Summer’s aboriginal of four chart-toppers.
Fans, accompany acknowledge toSummer’s death