His recent collaboration with Daft Punk for the duo’s GRAMMY-sweeping Random Access Memories introduced Giorgio Moroder to a new generation. But for a good chunk of time between the mid-‘70s well into the 1980s, he […]
Having helmed such timeless dance floor classics as Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love” and Blondie’s “Call Me,” Moroder has announced that he’s been working with “a huge American management company” on a lavish stage show called “A Night with Giorgio Moroder,” which he describes as a “permanent show, based on disco.”
A year after her death, Donna Summer is being honored with a new remix album called Love To Love You Donna.
After watching Moroder follow his records to the club — only 40 years later — it seems you really can teach an old dog a new trick.