Donna Summer has passed away at the age of 63, the queen of disco music. The star has died this morning in Florida after a long battle against cancer.
The artist was in care to try to keep under control the desease and the people who recently met her report that her conditions were not so desperate until a pair of weeks ago. So that the female singer counted to end a record for which she had to started to work.
Donna Summer, winner of 5 Grammies, was famous from the 70s for success records as ‘Last Dance’, ‘Hot Stuff’ and ‘Bad Girls’.
The female singer who has signed a time in the story of music, the dance one, has influenced important artists as Duran Duran and David Bowie.