Women On The Move Presents: "GLORIA LORING"

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ABOUT GLORIA LORING As a singer, entertainer and host, Gloria Loring is known for her energy, commitment and joy. She is the recording artist of the #1 hit song Friends and Lovers; co-composer of television theme songs Diff’rent Strokes and Facts Of Life; an audience favorite from daytime TV’s Days Of Our Lives; spokesperson for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation; author of four books, including her newest, Living With Type 2 Diabetes: Moving Past the Fear; a keynote speaker for corporations and non-profits; and one of the few artists to sing two nominated songs at the Academy Awards. As a performer, she toggles effortlessly from classic rock to standards, from Broadway to pop - in clubs, performing arts centers, symphonies, casinos and fairs. In a recent performance of classic rock and blues at The Music Box @ Fonda in Hollywood, she received six standing ovations. She hosted and sang for a holiday PBS Special live from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. She recorded Peggy Lee's classic, Fever, with saxophone hottie Jimmy Sommers for his new CD, “Time Stands Still.” In an intriguing twist, Gloria released her newest CD, A Playlist, which features her Grammy Award-winning son, Robin Thicke, on two cuts, and just days later got a phone call from jazz guitarist Gil Parris inviting her to record Robin’s R&B mega hit Lost Without You with him for his upcoming CD. Gloria recorded her first meditation CD, Body, Breath and Mind, launched a new production company, Maybe It's Today, and has playfully gone Web 2.0 1/2 with friend Leeza Gibbons with the acquisition of a complete digital editing system. She recently hosted and performed for the Young Musicians Foundation Awards at the Beverly Hilton, was a special guest for the Gift In Shift seminar in Sedona, Arizona, hosted the launch of the Shankara Skin Care line, and sang a tribute to Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds at Revolution in Los Angeles where she stopped the show cold.

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