Donna Summer was the queen of dance music. She wowed audiences with lavish stage productions, fantastic costumes and a voice that was amazing and soared across a stadium. Summer’s concert success was legendary, and her tours were filled with classic hits, including “Love to Love You Baby” and “I Feel Love,” as well as the No. 1 hit, “Hot Stuff,” and the Grammy Award winning “Last Dance.”
Donna Summer electrified audiences after first bursting onto the disco scene in the '70s. Forty years of chart successes followed, and she continued to innovate over the years. She had four singles top the US charts and an astonishing 22 singles top the US dance charts. Over the course of her remarkable career, she sold over 150 million records, achieving gold or platinum status for singles or albums in the US, the UK and Canada. Cementing this success, she received an incredible 18 Grammy nominations and won five Grammy awards, including Best R&B Vocal Performance, Best Rock Vocal Performance and Best Pop Vocal Performance, highlighting just how diverse Donna Summer was. She was also a 2013 inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Donna Summer remains the undisputed queen of the dance scene and one of the world’s most celebrated female singers. She was always innovating, building on the foundations of her chart-topping success. Donna Summer loved to share her music, making it the ticket to an amazing evening of incredible sounds and amazing, award-winning songs.