We Have Lost The Queen of Disco, Donna Summer

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BRIAN MILLS

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Founder & Editor of Fierth.com - I am not a journalist, I am not a blogger, and I am not a writer.

Donna Summer, whom millions of fans revered as “the Queen of Disco,” has died at the age of 63 in Florida after a battle with cancer, the Associated Press confirmed with the singer’s family Thursday morning. Donna Summers cancer she believed was caused  by inhaling the dusty fallout on the morning of September 11th 2001. There are very few people , disco lovers or not, who can say that her music hasn’t touched their lives  and any anyone who has ever been to a party worth going to has surely danced their last dance with her. She will be missed but never forgotten

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