DO-KWA Productions Presents
First Ladies of Disco
Three decades of music come together in the First Ladies Of Disco Show. A rocking, toe-tapping, on your feet, tribute to music from the ’70s 80’s ’90s, Soul, Funk, Disco, and Dance Charts, brought to you by the ORIGINAL platinum, and gold-selling hitmakers of its time. Martha Wash, Linda Clifford, and Norma Jean Wright, formerly of Chic, honor the legacy of dance music, and the contributions made by the iconic performers to the genre's success and popularity.
The First Ladies of Disco is a supergroup made up of some of the most iconic women of the disco era, featuring Two-time Grammy nominee Martha Wash, R&B legend Linda Clifford and the brilliantly talented Norma Jean Wright, formerly of Chic. Martha, Linda, and Norma are all legendary performers who were instrumental in the development of the disco-funk-soul-pop-dance genre in the 70s, 80s, and 90s. They are known for their great vocals, dynamic performances, and influential contributions to the music industry.
Martha Wash is known for her powerful vocals and was a member of the disco duo Two Tons of Fun (later known as The Weather Girls), famous for their hit song "It's Raining Men", Martha’s vocals are also responsible for the success of the mega-hit “Sweat, Everybody Dance Now” (C&C Music Factory), Linda Clifford gained popularity with the chart-topping songs "Runaway Love" and "If My Friends Could See Me Now", and Norma Jean Wright, formerly of the disco-funk band Chic, was the lead vocalist of the classic hits “Dance, Dance, Dance” and “Everybody Dance.”
Running Time: 90 minutes