[FIRST LOOK] ‘Love to Love You’ – A Donna Summer Documentary
Donna Summer documentary ‘Love to Love You, Donna Summer’ expresses the life of who we know as the Queen of Disco.
In her documentary, that is premiering on May 20, 2023 on HBO Max, it dives deep into the life of Donna Summer.
LaDonna Adrian Gaines also known as Donna Summer was an American singer and songwriter in the 1970s and early 1980s who became very well known in the disco world.
Her hits consisted of ‘Love to Love You Baby’, ‘I Feel Love’, and ‘Last Dance’. All in which created her come up and expanded the disco community.
She became known global wide. She was a five-time Grammy winner and was the first artist to win a Grammy for the Best Rock Vocal Performance.
She wasn’t a woman to play with, she earned every standing ovation and gained multiple number one hits during her career.
Many viewed her as the woman that could make a crowd dance and maybe even throw a couple bras as well.
Donna Summer’s documentary, celebrates the life of the Queen of Disco.
She passed away in February of 2012 due to lung cancer but her legacy still lives on.
- Synopsis: Shaped by Summer’s own reflections, the memories of close family, friends and colleagues, and filled with the sounds of Summer’s songs, LOVE TO LOVE YOU, DONNA SUMMER is an in-depth look at the iconic artist as she creates music that takes her from the avant-garde music scene in Germany, to the glitter and bright lights of dance clubs in New York, to worldwide acclaim, her voice becoming the defining soundtrack of an era. A deeply personal portrait of Summer on and off the stage, the film features a wealth of photographs and never-before-seen home video footage – often shot by Summer herself – and provides a rich window into the surprising range of her artistry, from songwriting to painting, while exploring the highs and lows of a life lived on the global stage.
We are excited to experience the life of the well know disco legend. The documentary is set to be released on HBO Max on May 20, 2023.
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