Gloria Gaynor

Jackson, Blair
June 2010
Mix;Jun2010, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p32
The article presents information on the career developments and personal life of performer Gloria Gaynor. It informs that the Gaynor was born in New Jersey and she copied the styles of performers including Frank Sinatra, and Stevie Wonder. Jack Rouben, sound engineer, states that Gaynor had sung the music album "I Will Survive," at one go.


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