Donna Summer: She could sing anything, anywhere, with anyone, at any time.
[MAY 24] Happy Memorial Day everyone! Let me take
this opportunity to thank all the service people and their families who
sacrifice every day so that we can spend the weekend enjoying all the
[MAY 24] CNN will be airing an original series
The Seventies that will examine the politics, culture and historical
events of the Seventies. Donna's photo is featured in a couple of
the trailers, and I'm sure her music will be featured in the appropriate
episodes. The series debuts on Thursday June 11 at 9 PM.
[MAY 24] Bruce Sudano fans - catch him performing
Bad Girls at the Sunset Sessions in Mexico in this
[MAY 24] Johnnyswim fans - don't forget to check out
their New Music Mondays on YouTube. Last week they did a song called
Live While We're
Young. What will they do tomorrow? Who knows? You'll just have
to wait and see. :-)
[MAY 24] Speaking of Amanda, she and Brooklyn (and their
mom) and the subject of an article on
[MAY 24] Congrats to Vienna Dohler - a brand new high
school graduate! Here's to a bright future filled with endless
possibilities! (And yes, I feel old again...
[MAY 24] I think that brings us to YouTube. Let's
see... it's officially the start of the summer season here, so
let's go with some stuff that reminds me of summer. First up,
Sand On My Feet.
(And what is up with that ad YouTube threw on the video? Something
about a 3000 lb sea monster? Are you guys seeing the same ad? LOL)
Then we have a
clip that includes bits of Don't Cry For Me Argentina, Spring
Affair, and of course Summer Fever. If you have a little time on your
hands, there is the full
2008 concert from Jones Beach. Then there is a live clip of
To Paris With
Love, a clip of
Nights In White Satin, and finally since Memorial Day is the day we
honor our fallen soldiers, this audio clip of
Let There Be
Peace. Maybe someday our human species will evolve to the
point where we won't ever need to resort to conflict to settle our
[MAY 17] Greetings all. Well, it's been 3 years
since the worst update I ever had to write. I can't believe how
time has flown by. But even 3 years later I still find myself
looking at the concert listings at the beginning of every summer, and
then I remember I won't be seeing my favorite name on any list.
[MAY 17] So with it being the anniversary,
everybody is posting tributes on their Facebook pages, etc. Bruce
had this to say this morning:
It was my privilege to walk with you in life
And down the darkened road
That leads to the forever
Someday we all will know
Your grace was ballerina
Your heart was purest gold
Our love was burning fire
And I held you
Until I had to let you go
Forever I'll remember...
He also posted a new video on YouTube for
It's just audio, but it fits the day perfectly. :-)
[MAY 17] Now enough sadness. The Donna Summer I
remember was about fun, and a sense of humor, and having a good time.
So let's have a good time! So let's go right to a demo for
This Girl's Back In Town - sung in its entirety by Donna. (In
the actual released version, Donna only solos on a couple of lines.)
Then for the Facebookers out there - one fan has posted a VIDEO for
Worth The Wait. The quality is a little rough because let's
face it, VHS doesn't always wear well - especially after a couple of
decades. But this is the whole song!
[MAY 17] Now let's have some fun with
YouTube. :-) As Donna always said - sing if you wanna si ng
and dance if you wanna dance. (Although I will qualify that by saying
that if you are reading this at your job.... you might want to save the
singing and dancing for your break times. ;-) ) First up, my
favorite YouTube clip - Donna with Barry Manilow just having a total
blast with Could
It Be Magic. Then another favorite of mine,
from Live & More Encore. That one always rings back such fond memories
for me. Then there is the classic
performance from the Johnny Carson Show, and
Enough Is Enough
with a short version of the classic red Ferrari story. I know some
people got tired of the red Ferrari story, but I always enjoyed seeing
how much Donna would ham it up each time. :-) Then we have
Donna owning Divas 2000 with
Love Is The Healer.
I could watch that long note forever! And then we have Nathan's video
for Fame The Game.
I loved that song live in concert! And finally - this is
Donna made with some software Nathan showed her. And with that I
hope many of you are remembering Donna as I am now - with smiles instead
of tears. I still miss her, but the happy memories are keeping her
light in my life.
[MAY 17] And finally on a personal note - I did my MS
Walk yesterday. A little rain at the start didn't deter us! Thanks
to your generosity, I raised over $1800! Special thanks to lastdnce who
always goes over and above what anybody has a right to ask. :-)
Someday there will be a cure - and I can say with certainty that in the
5 years I've been walking, I have seen progress in the treatment of MS.
Thank you all - and I will be getting out the rest of the bracelets I
didn't mail yet sometime during the week. :-)
[MAY 14] Just a quick update for you to hold you over
until the weekend. First up - Sunday is the 3rd anniversary of Donna's
departure from our world. (Can you believe it's been 3 years already?)
Tom over at the fan club is putting together a page where fans can share
their memories of Donna. If you head over to
Summer Fan Club, you can listen to Friends Unknown while you read
all the details, and instructions on how to publish your memories. (And
please note, if you are following the fan club on Facebook - that's
cool, BUT you need to share your memories on the actual fan club website
and not the Facebook page if you want to be part of this.
:-) ) Then after you do that - go play some more Donna tunes!
Summer is right around the corner and we need more tunes playing -
preferably at a high volume with all the windows open! ;-)
[MAY 14] And while I'm here - Nathan DiGesare has
released another clip from his vault. This song is called Half The
Battle, and you can view the clip on
I'll see you all on Sunday night. I wonder which CD I'll be playing
while I update? So many to choose from..... :-)
[MAY 9] Happy Mother's Day weekend! Let's start off with
an article about vociferous fans. LOL
Spin.com has an interview with the remixers Holy Ghost! in
which they talk about their experiences mixing a few artists - including
Donna. (If you recall, they did the Working The Midnight Shift remix
that featured a different vocalist.) In the article they explained why
that happened, and what their experience with angry fans was like.
[MAY 9] Giorgio Moroder fans - his interview for Out is
online. He talks about Donna quite a bit in it. He's
also got an interview with
Billboard that's done as sort of a "pearls of wisdom" list of things
he's learned over the years. There is also a video companion piece
YouTube to go with the Billboard article.
[MAY 9] In Johnnyswim news, they had a song called
Falling For Me (from their Diamonds album) featured on the VH1 show,
Swab Stories. And don't forget, the pair are
on tour again,
so try to catch them when they come to your area.
[MAY 9] Brooklyn Sudano fans - she's on
Instagram now. If you are on Instagram too, give her a follow.
[MAY 9] Bruce fans - we had Live In Rehearsal Part 1.
Then we had part 2. Are you ready for
Also, Bruce has recently been performing at Sunset Sessions Tulum, and
he took part (with all the other artists there) in a
tribute to the
late great Ben E King.
[MAY 9] I think that brings us to YouTube. Let's
go with some early Donna this week. We have Flesh Failures from
Hair (in German. You will see Donna at about 2:25, so be patient with
that clip.) Then there is
from a German TV show, a clip of
Lady Of The Night,
a humorous clip for
a clip of
O segne Gott mein
Seel (audio only from the German Godspell soundtrack), and
Love To Love You
from Soul Train.
[MAY 9] As you all know, next weekend is special. Sunday
is May 17, the third anniversary of the day Donna left this world.
As always, I would like to mark the anniversary by celebrating Donna's
legacies. So let's crank those tunes (wake the neighbors if you have to!
LOL) and honor the musical legacy. And then to honor Donna's
humanitarian legacy - do something nice for someone. I leave it to
your imagination and means to decide how to do that. You can donate
money or time to a worthy cause, you can cook dinner for your
significant other, you can let someone cut you in line at the
supermarket. Whatever works for your lifestyle.
[MAY 9] Also on May 16, I will be walking for MS again.
I have already collected enough to wear my Donna gear to the walk
instead of my team gear. (Thank god! The team shirt is orange and
I hate to wear orange! LOL) But there is still time to
contribute if you would like to. And as an added bonus, I have a really
cool guy out there who will match any $20 donation made this week.
:-) And I still have those neat little wristband. (Some of those
have been mailed out already. I think I still have 3 or 4 left to mail -
so far.) If you would like to donate - the link is
[MAY 3] Greetings all and happy May! It's time for
the new Summer Fever Pick and
this month it's the self-titled album, Donna Summer.
[MAY 3] Ok let's start off with a new release.
There is a new 2 CD compilation called Hits, Singles & More coming
out in a couple of weeks. (Amazon
UK lists it for May 25,
Amazon US lists it for June 2.) The set is a collection of 32 tracks
(hits, album tracks, and mixes) culled from the Geffen and Atlantic
years. For a complete track list, just check out the Amazon link.
[MAY 3] In the Donna's music is everywhere category,
Love To Love You made the monologue for Saturday Night Live last night.
Scarlet Johansson sang a bit of the 'lullaby" she says she sings to her
new baby - yup, it was Love To Love You Baby. It's pretty funny,
you can watch it
[MAY 3] Giorgio Moroder fans, he has an interview in the
latest edition of Out Magazine, and another in
Variety. Of course Donna gets mentioned.
[MAY 3] Johnnyswim fans - they have brought back their
YouTube series, New Music Monday. This past Monday they perform
Take The World.
Tune in every Monday for more new offerings.
[MAY 3] Bruce Sudano fans - remember last week I
mentioned he posted a video called Live In Rehearsal Part 1. Well, Part
1 is always followed by a part 2, and that is now
on Youtube as
[MAY 3] Vienna Dohler fans - if you are in Nashville (or
will be), she is playing at The End on May 15. Tickets are available
[MAY 3] I think that brings us to YouTube. First
up is a 16 minute segment from a
talk show. Then there is a 1992 performance of
(also from Brazil), and a 2009 interview from Brazil's
(That comes with an English transcript in the description. The
actual audio has Donna's interview in English, but then with a
Portuguese interpreter speaking over it. ) Also see the live performance
of Say A Little
Prayer from a 1992 concert in Brazil. And then let's round out
our Brazil theme this week with a little bit of
[MAY 3] And on a technical note, you might have noticed
that I changed the theme colors again. For some reason this time I
had a heck of a time getting the changes to publish. So if you run into
a page with the old theme still, just holler and I'll fix it. :-)
[APR 26] Happy Sunday everyone! There's not really
any Donna news happening right now, so let's just start with Johnnyswim.
They have announced a few West Coast dates, so now their tour looks like
this: May 1 in Nashville TN, May 2 in West Palm Beach, May 17 in
Annapolis, MD, may 19 in Alexandria, VA, May 20 in New York City, May 22
in Pawling, MY, June 14 in Los Angeles, June 15 in San Diego and June 19
in Telluride, CO. Many of these tickets are already on sale (or are
going on sale very soon!) For more details, check out
Also, if you look at Instagram, it looks like Johnnyswim is breaking in
new pianist. ;-)
[APR 26] Brooklyn Sudano fans: she has snagged a part in
11/22/63 - a 9 part Hulu adaptation of a Stephen King novel by the
same name. It's a time travel story about a guy who goes back in time
and tries to prevent the Kennedy assassination. It looks pretty
[APR 26] And that brings us to the patriarch of the
family - Bruce Sudano. He's posted a video on YouTube called
Rehearsal. It has clips of him rehearsing with the Candyman Band
last year interspersed with Bruce's comments on his music. Oh wait, I
left off part f the title. It's called Live In Rehearsal Part 1.
That's important because nothing is called "part 1" unless there is
going to be a "part 2". So stay tuned to Bruce's YouTube page.
[APR 26] Also in Bruce news, this
review of a show from last year turned up online. It's a nice review
and it comes with a bunch of photos.
[APR 26] I think that brings us to YouTube. This
week... we're skipping any clip with Hot Stuff because I think I may
have overdone that last week. LOL Let's enjoy a few covers this
time. We have
Pearls live in Niagara Falls,
live on Long Island,
Nights In White Satin live,
La Vie En Rose
live in Paris, and
from Divas 2000. :-)
[APR 19] Greetings all! Happy day after Record Store
Day. I know some of you were able to grab that cool vinyl APAT 12" set.
From what I gather, people were finding that stores only had a copy or 2
in stock which makes me wonder if the rest of the 1000 copies that were
pressed will turn up elsewhere down the line.
[APR 19] In classic news, we have a 2013 article with
5 Things You Didn't Know about Hot Stuff. (Well, they call the
article that, but I'd say if you hang out here, then you probably know
at least 4 of the 5. LOL) Also, there is a
1980 interview with Jeff "Skunk" Baxter. His Hot Stuff guitar solo
gets a mention.
[APR 19] In new article news, the Telegraph came up with
20 Best Summer Songs. (And in this case they are talking about the
season and not the diva. LOL) Donna does come in at #4
with... yes you guessed it, Hot Stuff. (This seems to be the theme
[APR 19] In Bruce Sudano news, he's put out another new
demo on YouTube, and no, it's not Hot Stuff. ;-) This is called
Santa Margarita In The Clouds. It was inspired by a photo he took
(that Facebookers can see
here) and also by his mother who passed away 3 years ago. The
lyrics are also posted on YouTube. Now having said that, I can see that
the video has had 77 views, and I see a couple of positive comments, but
I have not been able to get YouTube to play it for me as of yet - and I
have tried multiple devices and browsers. I just keep getting that
YouTube "try again later" error. And it's just that video I'm having
trouble with - other stuff plays just fine. So hopefully the link
will work for you. If not, just keep trying at different times.
[APR 19] In Johnnyswim news, they are also not singing
Hot Stuff :-) but they are expanding their tour. (And that should
be no surprise to anyone. I think Amanda and Abner just live on the
road!) Look for upcoming shows in LA, San Diego and San Francisco
- dates to be announced soon.
[APR 19] I think that brings us to YouTube. Oh
what the heck, let's just run with Hot Stuff. We have the 1979
Dinah Shore performance, the
Nobel Peace Prize concert performance, a
1994 Festival de Vina performance (get ready to skip the ad at the
2008 Today Show Concert performance, a
2009 performance from Coney Island, and then just for fun the Hot Stuff clip from
The Full Monty, and the male
cast of Boy Meets World dancing to the song. (And of course some of
the clips I listed also include Bad Girls.)
[APR 19] And finally, my MS walk is coming up next
month. If you want to contribute, here's
the link. And I still have a bunch of wristbands I'll be
sending out as thank yous. :-)
[APR 12] Happy Sunday everyone! I hope you are all
well. First up - Boston area fans - save the date! June 19 will be
the second annual
Donna Summer Roller Disco at City Hall Plaza. The place will
be turned into a roller disco with lots of tunes, skates to rent (or
just bring your own), food trucks, and anything else they decide to
throw in there. The event is free, so if you are in that area (or will
be) go check it out. From all reports, last year's event was lots of
[APR 12] Calling Canadian fans - specifically those in
the Vancouver area. There will be a show called
Reinvention Of Disco at the Edgewater Casino on April 26. It is a
song and dance benefit show for St. Paul's Hospital and it features
Donna's music sung by Frenchie Davis in a 70s era story that's very
loosely based on Donna's career. It's playing for one night only,
so if you are in the area at that time be sure to check it out.
[APR 12] In the Donna is everywhere category... no
that's not right. The category was Disco Shoes, the show was Jeopardy,
and Donna was the question to the answer "To everything there is a
season: The first top 40 hit for this 'Queen of Disco' was Love To Love
You Baby." That was Friday night, and while I don't usually watch
the show, I heard my mom in the next room give the right answer. (Yes, I
have taught her a few things over the years. LOL)
[APR 12] Johnnyswim fans - Amanda and Abner are back to
work again. (As if a little thing like being new parents would slow them
down! ;-) ) They did the Live With Kelly & Michael Show the other
morning and if you missed it (like I did - 9 AM is NOT a good TV time
for me LOL), you can catch their performance online
here. (You might have to scroll down a little depending on when you
are reading this. The page you land on has all the recent musical
performances with the most recent guest being on the top of the list.)
[APR 12] If you want to read a little more about how the
new little Johnnyswim roadie joined the team (his name is Joaquin, by
the way), you can read
this short article about the happy day.
[APR 12] Bruce Sudano fans - he has written a new song
(well okay he's probably written a bunch of new songs LOL but this is
one he just shared.) It's called Cleanse My Soul, and he's posted a demo
YouTube along with the lyrics.
[APR 12] I think that brings us to YouTube. And since
next weekend is the Rock Hall Of Fame induction ceremony, I thought it
would be fun to look at a previous induction ceremony. So we have
Kelly Rowland's speech inducting Donna into the RHOF, Jennifer
performance of Last Dance at the ceremony, the
they showed, and of course
acceptance speech. And then we have Sue Casehall's great
video montage that puts together bits of all of the above plus more into
a fitting tribute
to Donna. And let's end with something from the Diva herself,
Fame (The Game).
[APR 12] And on a side note, I am changing internet
providers on Friday. So if anyone has a Verizon email address for me -
that is no longer valid. I'm assuming that the transition will go
smoothly and the site update will happen on schedule. (And if I assumed
wrong, watch for my ranting on Facebook. LOL)
[APR 5] Greetings everyone! I hope you are having a
Happy Easter, a Happy Passover, or just a happy weekend. :-) As
you can see (hopefully) I have brought a touch of spring to the site for
now. I have also posted the new Summer
Fever Pick, I'm A Rainbow.
[APR 5] In the land of polls, we have two. First
is the one at
TheRealDivas.com where Donna came in at #1. And then over at
TheQueenOfMusic.com, Donna is at #5 (right now) but you can still
submit your votes.
Pitchfork.com has an article called "When Divas Talk Back" which is
about divas celebrating their gay fans in song. They include a
discussion of The Queen Is Back at the end of the article.
[APR 5] I think that brings us to YouTube. Look for
Dinner With Gershwin on Jay Leno (with lots of tulle LOL), a
very early clip of Donna singing
on a German TV show, a short interview clip about
Power Of One,
a fan video for
Someday, Donna asking
Heart and Wynonna
Judd about being a woman in rock music,
from Soul Train, and
live in Nashville.
[MAR 29] Happy Sunday all! Let's start off with
one for our friends in Los Angeles. There is a place called the
Skirball Cultural Center, and from now until April 21 they are having an
exhibit called Rock & Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip. The exhibit
includes more than 20 photos of famous billboards, and Donna's
famous Live & More billboard will be part of the show. (A photo of
the billboard, that is. ) For more info, check out
[MAR 29] In the Donna is everywhere category, she
gets a nice mention in an
interview with Jimmy Somerville.
[MAR 29] Moving on to YouTube, look for 27 minutes
of Donna from the
2005 Night Of The Proms in Belgium, then there are 10 minutes
of clips from a
2009 live show in Paris, a clip of Donna and Giorgio
On, a clip of Donna covering
Superstar at the Hollywood Bowl, and her cover of
Natural Woman live.
[MAR 29] And finally, don't forget that I am walking to
stamp out MS again this year. If you would like to contribute, the link
right here. I have cool little wristbands for my first 50
donors - some of which I have already mailed out. :-) So if
you happen to have a couple of bucks you aren't doing anything with,
keep my MS walk in mind. Thanks to your generosity, I have already
raised over $1000 which means my team captain lets me wear my Donna gear
instead of the team t-shirt. :-) (It also makes her say that
Donna Summer fans are very cool every time she talks to me. ;-)
[MAR 22] Greetings all! Happy Spring! First up tonight -
is Night Of Proms on PBS
television. One reader caught a preview for the performers being
aired next week, and they showed Donna singing MacArthur Park. Now
I'm not sure which PBS station it was, but a search of my local (NY)
ones doesn't have any listing for Night Of Proms. But it wouldn't hurt
for those of you in other areas to check out your local listings.
I know some programs only get shown in certain markets, so some of you
might get lucky. :-)
[MAR 22] In the land of covers, Kylie Minogue has
teamed up with Giorgio Moroder on a cover of I Feel Love. You can
out here. It's very faithful to the original for the most part.
[MAR 22] Johnnyswim fans - if you are planning to go to
the May 1 show in Tennessee, those tickets are on
Grab 'em before they are gone! And if you are not in the Nashville area,
you have your choise of the following dates: April 17 in Austin, TX,
April 25 in Wilkesboro, NC, May 2 in West Palm Beach, FL, May 17 in
Annapolis, MD, May 19 in Alexandria, VA, May 20 in New York City, and
June 19 in Telluride, CO.
[MAY 22] I think that brings us to YouTube. First up is
a live clip of Donna singing
Don't Rain On My
Don't Wanna Get Hurt from Top Of The Pops, Donna's second appearance
on The View
in 1999, a live clip of
from the Sharon Osbourne Show (with a special appearance by Brooklyn
Sudano!), a live clip of
Pearls, and finally a live clip of
Song For You.
[MAR 15] Happy Sunday all! So who is ready for another
beautiful box set? Well, if you are in the UK, one is coming.
Let me start at the beginning. In the UK they are having an event called
Record Store Day on April 18. It's a day set aside to promote all the
local record stores. Part of this event involves the sale of
exclusive merchandise, and this year they will have a vinyl box
set of the Another Place And Time UK 12" Singles. The release is
limited to 1000 copies, and you have to go to a participating record
store to get it. The box set is by Crimson Records/Driven By The
Music - which probably sounds very familiar if you got the 80s
albums CD and/or Vinyl box sets. :-) The track list is as
follows: Record 1: This Time I Know It's For Real Extended Verion
(7:21), Whatever Your Heart Desires (3:50), This Time I Know It's
For Real Instrumental (3:39). Record 2: I Don't Wanna Get Hurt
Extended Version (6:58) I Don't Wanna Get Hurt Instrumental (4:45),
Dinner With Gershwin Album Version (4:37). Record 3: Love's About To
Change My Heart Extended Version (6:19), Love's About To Change My Heart
Instrumental (5:13), Jeremy Album Version (4:36). Record 4: When Love
Takes Over You David Ford - Extended Version (6:13), When Love Takes
Over You David Ford - Instrumental (3:37), Bad Reputation Album Version
(4:08). Record 5: Breakaway Remix Full Version (6:45), Breakaway Remix
Edit (3:37), Love Is In Control Album Version (4:19). (Actually looking
at the track list, maybe they should call is Another Place and Time And
More. ;-) ) These will all be pressed on white vinyl in LP
sleeves housed in a rigid outer box. And it looks GORGEOUS! But don't
take my word for it - here is the photo. :-)
I probably should have posted a smaller version
of that picture, but it is so beautiful, I couldn't bring myself to
shrink it down. Now if you want to know more about Record Store Day -
and more specifically, what retailers are participating, well just head
on over to the
Record Store Day website.
[MAR 15] Fans of the US TV show, Scandal, (or
people who just happen to see the commercials currently running for next
week's episode) may have heard a familiar voice in the ads. They
are using Bad Girls to promote the show. I can only imagine that someone
on that show is being a very Bad Girl. ;-) Toot Toot!
[MAR 15] In the Donna is the best category, the
FDRMX has posted its top 10 greatest disco artists of all time.
They count them down from #10 to #1, but they spoil the winner of the
number one spot by posting Donna's picture right at the top of the
page. (As if anyone else could have taken the top spot
[MAR 15] Moving on to Johnnyswim, they have a new
video out for Diamonds. You can catch it on
EW,com and then take note of the tour dates listed after the video.
If they are coming to your area, you will want to get your tickets as
early as possible - Johnnyswim does tend to sell out quickly!
[MAR 15] I think that brings us to YouTube.
First up is
Fairytale High from a 1979 Japanese concert, a video of
behind the scenes footage from the
sessions set to Breakaway, Donna and Paul Jabara on the
Show, Donna on
and my favorite
Could It Be Magic performance with Barry Manilow. (Yeah, I know I
post it a lot, but it always makes me smile.)
[MAR 8] Happy Sunday all! Spring is almost here.
(You can tell by the foot of snow still on the ground here! LOL)
Let's start off with an
interesting find on eBay. Apparently Universal Japan has
remastered some of Donna's back catalog and reissued it. The link I gave
you goes to She Works Hard For The Money, but I also saw Bad Girls, On
The Radio and The Dance Collection.
[MAR 8] In the Donna is everywhere category, she made
the Oscar fashion coverage of the March 8 issue of Entertainment Weekly.
A piece on Rosamund Pike's red dress was accompanied by photos of past
red Oscar dresses - including the one Donna wore in 1979.
Boston Globe ran a nice piece about the Grammy Museum exhibit.
Also, if you haven't been to the
exhibit yet, and want to go - keep in mind that it is scheduled to
close April 20. So time is running out!
[MAR 8] Johnnyswim fans - the pair made a brief
appearance on the HGTV show Fixer Uppers. It's season 2
episode 11, and you can probably still catch it on HGTV because they
repeat these things many times. I was also able to catch it on my cable
provider's On Demand list. The song, Home, seems to be the theme
for the show this season. :-)
[MAR 8] In other Johnnyswim news, they will be hitting
the road again soon. (That should be no surprise - they
practically live on the road! LOL) Upcoming cities include:
Austin, Ft. Worth, Wilkesboro, Nashville, West Palm Beach, New York,
Alexandria and Annapolis. Specific dates have not been listed for
any of them yet except Alexandria which is May 19. You can buy
those tickets now at
Ticketmaster. (No word yet on whether the new little baby will
actually be singing yet. LOL Although having said that, he
in the studio already!)
[MAR 8] That brings us to YouTube. First up is
part 2 of
Her Words Her Story. Then there is the
1990 Spain concert, the video for
State Of Independence, the video for
Fame (The Game),
and finally Enough
Is Enough with Westlife. I would like to dedicate that last
one to Mother Nature, just in case she is thinking about MORE snow!
[MAR 8] And don't forget that I am walking to stamp out
MS again this year. If you would like to contribute, the link is
right here. My first 50 donors get these cool wristbands that
say "Donna Summer Celebrate, Live, Love, Laugh" and if you flip them
inside out, they are rainbow colored so you can wear them for Pride
events (or just because you like rainbow colors. Hmmmm... I still have
50 misprinted ones as well. Maybe I'll flip those inside out and then do
something with them that way.)
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