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Donna McGhee

August 21, 2018

Donna McGhee recorded her cult Disco album ‘Make It Last Forever’ in 1978…but things didn’t start there, it actually started back in her grandmother’s choir, followed by singing and touring with the Fatback Band before becoming a member of the successful Greg Carmichael & Patrick Adams collective.

Her voice still makes an impression – here’s Donna McGhee !

 

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