“Last Dance” singer Donna Summer–who gained prominence in the 70’s disco era–died this morning after battling cancer.
The 5 time Grammy Award winning Boston native was known for helping ushering in the disco era and offering up a different sound for the times.
Born LaDonna Adrian Gaines, the legendary singer reportedly died today in Florida according to TMZ. She was married to singer Bruce Sudano with 3 kids (MiMi, model/actress Brooklyn Sudano and singer Amanda Sudano-Ramirez) and was a grandmother to four.
Other hits she’s known for: “Hot Stuff,” “Love To Love You Baby,” and “She Works Hard For The Money.”
R.I.P. Mrs. Summer.