• 00:24

    Erica Presents...Gloria Gaynor

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    Join us as we chat with Grammy Winner Gloria Gaynor ("I Will Survive") about her new book, "We Will Survive". Also, updates on the rest of our winter show season. Don't miss it!


     

  • 00:31

    Gloria Gaynor is on the LCandjack Radio Show

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    On the show this week is Ms. Gloria Gaynor She was 19 when she signed her first record contract. In 1973, Gloria made history as Billboard gave birth to the Disco Action Charts. "Never Can Say Good-Bye" bowed at #1 on the charts and became the first Dance Song to reach #1 status in dance music. Ever since that time, for more than 30 years, Gloria keeps setting the standard. In March of 2001, her single, "Just Keep Thinkin' About You," topped the Billboard Dance/Club charts at #1, while her international hit "Last Night" with Giorgio Moroder debuted at #1 throughout Europe. In keeping with the theme of #1, Gloria Gaynor was the first to record an album especially for clubs, and the first to do a mega-extended dance medley party mix, releasing 12" dance singles that are now high-end collectors items.
    On September 19, 2005 Gloria, along with her Hit song "I Will Survive" were inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame during a ceremony that took place in New York City. You don't want to miss this show. Make sure you get her new book "We Will Survive".

     

  • 00:13

    AT&T Presents Making History Happen: Gloria Gaynor

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    Music legend Gloria Gaynor is still humbled by how here songs have changed the lives of people all around the world. She tells Cyrus Webb, host of Conversations Live on BlogTalkRadio that her song I Will Survive has had a particular impact on herself and others: "To know that when I sing that song I give people something they can take home with them, something that really adds to their lives, something positive."


     


     

  • 00:26

    Legendary R&B/Disco Queen Gloria Gaynor on Conversations LIVE

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    It is a Conversations LIVE special event: Legendary R&B/Disco Queen Gloria Gaynor stops by Conversations LIVE to talk with host Cyrus Webb about her career, the single that has made her a staple in music history and the book and album that it is spawn: WE WILL SURVIVE.

  • 01:02

    Topically Yours - Guest Gloria Gaynor

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    Host Deardra Shuler invites Grammy Award winner, Gloria Gaynor, as her guest to her Topically Yours Show.  Ms. Gaynor is best known for her hit I Will Survive.  Gaynor’s version of “Never Can Say Good-Bye” became the first dance song to reach No.1 status in dance music. Gloria recorded I Am What I Am, which reached the Top 10 on Billboard’s Dance Disco Hits.  Just Keep Thinkin’ About You, topped the Billboard Dance/Club Charts at No.1, while Gloria’s international hit Last Night with Giorgio Moroder debuted at No.1 throughout Europe. She is also known  for her albums Never Can Say Good-bye and I've Got You Under My Skin. Gaynor made a splash in Broadway's Smokey Joe’s Café, and on national TV, as a guest star on such popular programs as That ‘70’s Show, "Ally McBeal," "The Wayans Brothers’ Show," and "Don’t Forget The Lyrics."  This year, “I Will Survive” will be inducted into the Hall of Fame and her long-awaited new dance EP, a new Contemporary/Christian single, is slated to be released.  Her NY fans can catch Gloria Gaynor at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in the Bronx, located at 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West, on April 21st at 8:00 p.m.  Gloria will be sharing the stage with Colonel Abrams and the Hit Men.  For tickets call 718-960-8833 or go on line at www.lehmancenter.org
    To learn more about Gloria Gaynor visit www.Gloriagaynor.com

  • 02:08

    Gloria Gaynor and Kenneth Hieber talk

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    Gloria Gaynor’s story is a Moving Testament to Survival. She was 19 when she signed her first record contract and in 1973, Gloria made history as Billboard gave birth to the Disco Action Charts. "Never Can Say Good-Bye" bowed at Number 1 on the charts and became the first Dance Song to reach Number 1 status in dance music. Ever since that time, for more than 30 years, Gloria keeps setting the standard. In March of 2001, her single, "Just Keep Thinkin’ About You," topped the Billboard Dance/Club charts at #1, while her international hit "Last Night" with Giorgio Moroder debuted at #1 throughout Europe. In keeping with the theme of #1, Gloria Gaynor was the first to record an album especially for clubs, and the first to do a mega-extended dance medley party mix, releasing 12" dance singles that are now high-end collectors’ items.

    In Kenneth Hieber’s exclusive interview with Ms. Gloria Gaynor, there is much to talk about. After all this iconic entertainer’s brilliant career has spanned several wonderful decades – so be prepared for an evening filled with fond memories, much laughter, and timeless music! Gloria Gaynor – The Ultimate Survivor!

  • 00:31

    Gloria Gaynor is on the LCandjack Radio Show

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    On the show this week is Ms. Gloria Gaynor She was 19 when she signed her first record contract. In 1973, Gloria made history as Billboard gave birth to the Disco Action Charts. "Never Can Say Good-Bye" bowed at #1 on the charts and became the first Dance Song to reach #1 status in dance music. Ever since that time, for more than 30 years, Gloria keeps setting the standard. In March of 2001, her single, "Just Keep Thinkin' About You," topped the Billboard Dance/Club charts at #1, while her international hit "Last Night" with Giorgio Moroder debuted at #1 throughout Europe. In keeping with the theme of #1, Gloria Gaynor was the first to record an album especially for clubs, and the first to do a mega-extended dance medley party mix, releasing 12" dance singles that are now high-end collectors items.
    On September 19, 2005 Gloria, along with her Hit song "I Will Survive" were inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame during a ceremony that took place in New York City. You don't want to miss this show. Make sure you get her new book "We Will Survive".

  • 02:01

    The Eye Got Something to Say Show......Featuring Gloria Gaynor

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    The Eye Got Something To Say Show, its a cutting edge talk show providing the latest national news, events, emerging artists showcase, music and sketch comedy. Featured special guests and memorable characters.  Inside of the show we will feature Verbul Adikshun with Poets and Spoken Word Artists, Flashback Memories, Ghetto Gourmet,  and so much more. "SAY SOMETHING" The Eye Got Something To Say Show.

  • 00:45

    Gloria Gaynor Interview

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    Gloria Gaynor is an American singer, best-known for the disco era hits "I Will Survive" , "Never Can Say Goodbye", "Let Me Know (I Have A Right)", and "I Am What I Am". She was born in Newark, New Jersey.

    2009 will celebrate the 30th Anniversary of one of the world?s greatest anthem?s, ?I Will
    Survive?. The song was recorded in 1978 by Gloria Gaynor while in a back brace and was
    released by Polydor in early 1979 as a ?B? side song of ?Substitute?. The song climbed to the
    top of Billboard?s Hot 100 Charts and claimed the #1 position on two different occasions in
    the spring of 1979. Little did Gloria Gaynor know, the song would grow into the banner for
    social and personal survival which is still relevant after three decades of international
    airplay. The song itself has survived in various forms and has been re-recorded over 200
    times by various artists such as Gladys Knight, Chantay Moore, Diana Ross and Cake..
    When asked why she thinks it is STILL popular among those from 2 to 102, and Gaynor quips,
    ?The song represents the tenacity of the human spirit. We all have survived something in life
    ? relationships, divorce, death, illnesses, marriages, accidents, ? and we will all continue to
    survive these things.? The song?s anniversary comes at quite the opportune time as 2009
    ushers in hope and change for our country and the world. ?Dance music and feel-good
    music has always thrived in economically challenged times, ?I Will Survive? was #1 during
    the 1979 energy crisis, people want to dance and take their minds off the tough times. The
    song not only is a great dance song, but it has a message of hope and survival.? explains
    Gaynor.

  • 01:30

    Timothy Hodge & Gloria Gaynor

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    Disco Legend "GLORIA GAYNOR " STOPS BY THE SHOW TO TALK ABOUT HER NEW ALBUM AND WORLD TOUR. SHE IS CURRENTLY CELEBRATING HER 30TH ANNIVERISTY OF HER NUMBER ONE HIT " I WILL SURVIVE ". ALL FANS SUPPORTERS OF MS GAYNOR PLEASE CALL IN AND SHOW SOME SUPPORT TO THE MUSIC LEGEND.

  • 00:30

    Gloria Gaynor Celebrates 30 Years of 'I Will Survive'

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    Celebrating the 30th anniversary of "I Will Survive," singer Gloria Gaynor stops by In The Zone to talk about the cultural impact of her disco classic as she prepares to re-release the song as a single along with a Spanish version.

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