The 1978 hit appeared on the Thank God It’s Friday soundtrack. That year it won the Grammy and Golden Globe for Best Original Song.
Released in 1979, “Hot Stuff” was lifted from her Bad Girl album. In 1980 she won the Grammy for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.
“Love to Love You Baby” became Summer’s first top 40 hit in 1976. It eventually hit number two on the Billboard charts.
The Disco Queen won the 1985 Grammy for Best Inspirational Performance for this song.
Summer took home the 1998 Grammy for Best Dance Recording for this terrific track.
“MacArthur Park” was one of Summer’s most popular hits. It was nominated for a Grammy award in 1979.
The dancing queen released “Bad Girls” in 1979 to much fan fare. How could we forget this classic?
With such a large voice she’s brought incredible life to this ’80s hit.
Although she didn’t win any Grammys for this song, it’s became a women’s anthem instantly.
This song peaked at 21 on Billboard charts.
This single earned Summer a spot in the Dance Music Hall of Fame in 2004.
Today we’re taking a look back at the illustrous career of Donna Summer. The Disco diva had an incredible 30 number one hits in her 38-year career. From “She Works Hard for the Money” to “Hot Stuff” she kept us dancing for hours.Enjoy this trip down memory lane.