Gloria Gaynor, born September 7, 1949, is a legendary American singer, widely recognized for her powerful voice and exceptional contributions to the world of music. With a career spanning over five decades, Gaynor has consistently captivated audiences with her soulful and emotive performances. Best known for her iconic hits “I Will Survive” and “Never Can Say Goodbye,” she has solidified her status as the undisputed Queen of Disco. As an accomplished artist, Gaynor has earned numerous accolades, including a Grammy Award for Best Disco Recording in 1980, as well as a Grammy Hall of Fame induction in 2012. Her unwavering dedication to her craft and her indelible impact on the music industry continue to inspire generations of artists and fans alike.