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On The Radio. (1979) Original by Donna Summer....♥ Another personal favorite of mine by DS....♥

whenever I hear this song I am little, with my parents driving from our home in the middle of nowhere, going into the lincoln tunnel and all I could think was what freedom NYC offered, if I could only move there I would be fine. I did move there, I was not fine. (but boy was it fun sometimes)

duchess of Disco (the late) Miss LaDonna Summer on the couch in her own home. She was Hot Stuff and She Works Hard For The Money.

Donna Summer was THE Diva of all time. This look is simply divine. R.I.P!

Like it was yesterday, but it was 1978 - "Thank God It's Friday"! And it brought to the forefront the careers of some wonderful artists: The Commodores Lionel Ritchie, Debra Winger, Jeff Goldblum, Terri Nunn from Berlin, and of course the incomparable #DonnaSummer singing "Last Dance".

LOVE THIS!!!! Donna Summer - Love to Love You Baby

Donna Summer was the first artist to have three consecutive double albums reach number one on the US Billboard chart, and was the first female African American artist to have a music video on heavy rotation on MTV.

DONNA SUMMER - "Last Dance". Had sooo many fun times dancing to Donna Summer music...thanks Donna....RIP.

Heaven Knows - Donna Summer feat. lead singer from Tavares who she was dating at the time

Donna Summer - MacArthur Park Suite (Slayd5000) RIP my dear

Barbra Streisand / Donna Summer - No More Tears (Enough is Enough) (Extended Version). Just the audio, but I think that the audio is Enough.

Ritchie Valens-Donna ~ It's a shame to lose Buddy Holly and this up and coming star 17 year old Mr. Valens along with The Big Bopper / J.P. Richardson on Feb. 3rd 1959 dubbed THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED !