Friday, October 17, 2008

DigiVegas 112 - Donna Lewis

My guest this week is Donna Lewis. You might remember her and her big hit in 1996, I Love You, Always Forever. It became an instant global phenomenon, climbing to the top of the charts in countries around the world. In the USA, it re-wrote the record books at radio by exceeding 1 million 'spins' to claim its place in music industry history as the most-played single ever, at that time. As well as on her own material, Donna's voice has also been heard on a series of other hits. She featured on Fox Films' soundtrack for Anastasia - an album that was certified gold in the USA - with the song At The Beginning.

In 1999 she decided to take a big break in order catch up on her own life. What has she been doing with herself lately? While on "hiatus" she collaborated with various other artists and in 2002 Donna released an intimate, unplugged style CD Be Still, available to her fans exclusively through her web site. In late 2007 Donna released her new Indie Album In The Pink, then released it in the US in Early 2008.

Listen to episode 112 of DigiVegas to hear more of her so-called "rest", as well as tracks off of Be Still and In The Pink.

You can download the interview's MP3 FILE here.

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Now in a Minute Blue Planet In the Pink

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