Donna Summer, winner of five Grammys and singer of classic hits such as "I Feel Love" and "Love to Love You Baby," died today at the age of 63. Her work with European producer Giorgio Moroder came to define and influence the sound and groove of dance music.
Below, fans remember Summer's long and influential career...
RIP Donna Summer. That really came as a shock. How's this pic for something that could be in a time capsule?twitpic.com/9m5562— Barbara Greene (@emoticomma) May 17, 2012
#RSFans listening to MacArthur Park & recalling the incredible time of being 20 during Donna's (yes, it was hers) disco era...RIP Ms. Summer— Renet (@FromCopa) May 17, 2012
#RSFans I had just took 1 of Ms. Summer's cd's out of my car 2 days ago, telling my 15 yrs old son abt her. I own every album & cd of hers.— T.J. Jackson (@ohHisgr8ness) May 17, 2012
Donna Summer's Last Single -http://youtu.be/tGoZNmtlOt0 fb.me/20LIKvZTz— Mark Smith (@markasmith) May 17, 2012