Dancing Queens, get dancing, an ABBA museum is opening in Stockholm. ABBA The Museum will open its doors in the Swedish capital on May 7. It covers the complete history of the disco group and will display their gold records, crazy '70s...Show More Summary
Scientists at UC Santa Cruz taught one of their resident sea lions (please note: they have resident sea lions those lucky bastards!) to keep the beat to music. Not only is it fun to jam along with Ronan, it's a pretty important finding because it challenges earlier evidence that only humans and parrots can get down with a funky beat. Plus, it's really adorable to watch. More »
If fan perceptions of your work differ wildly from your own reflections about the artist you are, I'm here to tell you that it's OK. And thank you. Thank you for writing about the music industry without complaining too much.
My next literary purchase will be Bedsit Disco Queen by Tracey Thorn – the singer of Everything But The Girl. The Telegraph carries a review. ‘Once upon a time, and quite out of the blue, when I was least expecting it, I had a huge worldwide hit single,” writes Tracey Thorn in Bedsit Disco Queen, [...]
Curls, boas and sequins galore!
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Late disco queen Donna Summer and hip hop pioneers Public Enemy headed a list of eight new inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation said on Tuesday.
Donna Summer is gonna be hot stuff in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The late disco queen and gay icon, who died in May, will be inducted as part of the Class of 2013. “We are overjoyed the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame has recognized Donna’s tremendous musical achievements,” a statement from [...]
The new class of inductees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame have been announced and they include rockers, the Queen of Disco, a group of hip hop pioneers and a band whose fans have long been clamoring for the honor. In the performer category, Heart, Albert King, Randy Newman, Public Enemy, Rush and [...]
When that brief moment of pause hits as you’re about to push the “order” button on that sequined, sleeveless black jumpsuit, and you think to yourself, “Really, will I ever have a reason to wear this crazy contraption?!” — IGNORE IT. You just never know when you’ll get the urge to look like Blanche Marie [...]
You can dance You can jive having the time of your life Sea that girl livin’ marine, Beluga the dancing queen This underwater disco via Cutest Paw. Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Dolphins, Unusual animals
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Chris Lee on the startling double life of Googoosha, pop-star daughter of a Central Asian dictator.
I’m feeling mad love for this Boys Noize bootleg of Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love.” The track was originally released in 2006 on vinyl under the synonym 909DISCO but has been re-released to celebrate the Queen of Disco’s life and work...
Donna Summer's private funeral ceremony in Nashville is officially over -- and the singer's casket is now on its way to its final resting place... wherever that may be.As we reported, approximately 1,000 of the Queen of Disco's family and friends…
Friday's News: Obama Born in Kenya, Facebook IPO, Romney's Millions, Yemen Attacks, Vilma Sues, R.I.P. to the Queen of Disco Donna Summer.
The music world took a hit this last week. The Queen of Disco, Donna Summer, lost her battle with cancer last Thursday at age 63. Shortly behind her was Robin Gibb, singer for the iconic 1970’s group The Bee Gees. Gibb lost his lengthy battle with cancer on Sunday. These two were legendary symbols of [...]
In honor of Robin Gibb, Chuck Brown and Donna Summer, we list five heavy-hearted dance tunes. Getting on the good foot got a little harder last week with the deaths of three important dance-music stars: disco queen Donna Summer, go-go...
Saturday Night Fever was the first album I ever bought. I recall bringing it home from Musicland and running to my dad's walnut stereo console to play it until the grooves wore through. If Donna Summer was the queen of disco, the Bee Gees were royalty in their own right. Show More Summary