Venus Dodson

November 1, 2018

Singer/songwriter and member of the legendary Patrick Adams collective in the 70s, Venus Dodson worked alongside Luther Vandross, Jocelyn Brown, Christine Wiltshire, Leroy Burgess and Donna McGhee.

She wrote the massive hit ‘Girls’ for the Moments and Whatnaughts and who’s solo hit Night Rider became an anthem on the disco scene.

Here Venus chats with Ady about her life in disco music and beyond

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