"Gloria" earned Branigan a nomination for the Best Pop Vocal Performance Female Grammy Award for the year 1982. On the official Laura Branigan Twitter page, Legacy Manager Kathy Golik tweeted that, “No permission to use "Gloria," nor endorsement of him, past or present, was granted to Pres. "Gloria" was first released by the Italian pop singer Umberto Tozzi in 1979; his version was a hit in his home country and popular in other non-English-speaking countries in Europe. [8] When asked how she thought Branigan would have reacted to the "Play Gloria" meme had she lived to see it, Golik said, "She was very sincere, very down to Earth, she would just have been very touched by it all. The song has been used in Seth MacFarlane's animated TV series Family Guy, American Dad!, and The Cleveland Show, most notably in the latter show's episode "A Cleveland Brown Christmas" wherein the show's school principal, Wally Farquhar, in a matter possibly done as a nod to Branigan, begins singing "Angels We Have Heard on High" at a Christmas recital, then at the chorus segment, suddenly transformed it into a full-blown performance of "Gloria" with several students serving as backup dancers. She would later appear in independent films including Mugsy's Girls (aka Delta Pi, 1985) with Academy Awards winner Ruth Gordon, and the Australian film Backstage. Laura Branigan’s Love & Compassion For Others Laura Branigan’s entire life and career was about love, and touching people’s hearts. In 2003, Branigan characterized "Gloria" as "Certainly my signature song. 2 hit in Australia for Branigan) and the dance hit "Satisfaction". [42], Branigan's legacy manager Kathy Golik has embraced the trend, with Branigan's verified Twitter page frequently posting support for the Blues, especially during their 2019 playoff run. It was reported in the media that she had been experiencing headaches for several weeks before her death.[32]. Laura Branigan (Brewster (New York), 3 juli 1952 - New York, 26 augustus 2004) was een Amerikaanse zangeres.Ze is bekend van haar hits Gloria (), waarvoor ze een Grammy Award-nominatie kreeg, Self control (), de Jennifer Rush-cover The power of love en How am I supposed to live without you?.Haar versie van Turn the beat around haalde de hitlijsten niet. The St. Louis Blues win song has quite the backstory", "I WILL be at GAME 6 on SUNDAY, just as I've been here for EVERY Watch Party & EVERY game during the @StLouisBlues Stanley Cup run. In 1985, she won the Tokyo Music Festival with the song "The Lucky One". Branigan's vocals propelled her English-language version of the French song Solitaire toward the top of the U.S. charts. The song is played at Enterprise Center every time the Blues win a game, leading to "Play Gloria!" 2. Although another selection, "All Night with Me", was chosen as the album's lead-off single, Branigan also performed the cover song during her promotional TV appearances at the time of the album's release in early 1982,[28] and that track was released as a single in the summer, first becoming a disco favorite, and gradually accruing radio support to debut on the pop charts in July 1982. [5], Branigan and her music saw renewed popularity and public interest in 2019 in the US after "Gloria" was adopted by the NHL's St. Louis Blues as their unofficial victory song while they completed a historic mid-season turnaround to win their first Stanley Cup in franchise history, leading to the song entering ice hockey lore as an "unlikely championship anthem". The original version of this song was performed by Italian pop singer, Umberto Tozzi, which he released in 1979. Check out Gloria by Laura Branigan on Amazon Music. 8 of the first season of the TV series Miami Vice titled "The Great McCarthy", which aired on November 16, 1984. Branigan told People magazine that she and her producers had at first attempted an English version of Tozzi's "Gloria" in the romantic mode of the original, changing the title to "Mario", but that this seemed ineffective. Laura Ann Branigan (New York, 3 luglio 1952 – Southampton, 26 agosto 2004) è stata una cantante statunitense Fox News host Tucker Carlson has mocked Dr. Jill Biden's honorific — more than once — but when his guest was non-medical doctor Dr. Sebastian Gorka, the title tripped effortlessly from his tongue. "How 'Gloria' Became the St. Louis' Song & Why Every Keeps Saying 'Play Gloria! Certified platinum for sales of one million in the United States alone, "Gloria" was also an international success, most notably in Australia where it held the number 1 position for seven consecutive weeks, from February 7 to March 21, 1983. ", Maxine Willard Waters - background vocals, This page was last edited on 22 January 2021, at 14:10. 1/8/2021. On Thursday, Kathy Golik , the legacy manager for Branigan, tweeted , " No permission to use 'Gloria,' nor endorsement of him, past or present, was granted to Pres. On August 15, 1995, Branigan was a guest on the TV show Talking Food, hosted by Robin Leach and broadcast by the Food Network, and she promoted the album and sang the Donna Summer hit before preparing her Summer Delight pasta dish on the show.[30]. Trump...given the tragic, unsettling, & shameful happenings that occurred at the US Capitol. In the spring of 1983 Branigan released her second album Branigan 2. 2. Her signature song, the platinum-certified 1982 single "Gloria", stayed on the U.S. Seeing her greatest level of success in the 1980s, Branigan's other singles included the Top 10 hit "Solitaire" (1983), the U.S. AC chart number one "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" (1983), the Australian No. Branigan's estate clarified the song, played to hype Donald Trump and rally attendees, was used without permission. The album's closing track, a cover of Bryan Adams' "The Best Was Yet to Come," was produced and arranged by Branigan. [34], Branigan's recording of "Gloria" played at the 2021 "Stop the Steal" rally immediately preceding the storming of the United States Capitol. On June 13, 1985, Branigan made her fourth appearance on legendary TV music show American Bandstand, performing "Spanish Eddie" and "Hold Me". The song was originally written and composed in Italian by Umberto Tozzi and Giancarlo Bigazzi, and afterwards translated to English by Jonathan King. After the Blues defeated the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Finals, on June 12, Y98 played "Gloria" again for 24 hours. [51] When asked how she thought Branigan would have reacted to the "Play Gloria" meme had she lived to see it, Golik said, "She was very sincere, very down to Earth, she would just have been very touched by it all. When you visit any website, it may store or retrieve information on your browser, mostly in the form of cookies. She also had success in the United Kingdom with both "Gloria" and "Self Control" making the Top 10 in the UK Singles Chart. When their stadium's DJ learned of it, he began playing the song in the stadium to rally the team. The original version was recorded a few months earlier, still in 1984, under the name of one of the song's co-writers "Raf" (Raffaele Riefoli), and held the West German number 2 spot during this time period; Branigan's version enjoyed more success outside of Raf's native Italy, hitting No. Golik stayed in St. Louis and attended every game and watch party during the Blues' 2019 Stanley Cup run as Branigan's representative among the Blues fanbase[41] while discussing the trend with media outlets. In December 1978 after meeting him at a party in Manhattan, New York City earlier in the year,[18] Branigan married Larry Ross Kruteck (1936–1996), a lawyer, who died of colon cancer on June 15, 1996.[9][19]. Kids spanish ensamble "Parchis", also released his own version y spanish. Louis. Branigan later released a Hi-NRG re-recording of the song just a few months before her death. Branigan's performance of "Gloria" was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance alongside Linda Ronstadt, Olivia Newton-John, Juice Newton and that year's winner, Melissa Manchester, becoming her only solo nomination. Two songs included on the album began the careers for two then-unknowns: the English translation of "Solitaire" was the first major hit for songwriter Diane Warren, while the ballad "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" was the first major hit for its co-writer, Michael Bolton. The late Laura Branigan’s legacy manager is not happy. Under new management and using different producers, Branigan took a more active role in her work and in the studio, seeing her return to dance floors with the Stock-Aitken-Waterman-produced track "Shattered Glass" written by Bob Mitchell and Steve Coe, of the band Monsoon. She died on … [40] Branigan's official website also got updated with a new splash page which expressed support for the Blues and proclaimed Branigan as the "Original Play Gloria". 46 on the Billboard Digital Song Sales chart for the week of June 22, 2019. Other Half Entertainment, Branigan's management company at the time of her death, continues to oversee her career legacy through her official website at www.LauraBraniganOnline.com, and her official MySpace and Facebook pages by taking part in various media opportunities, as well as through relationships with Warner Music Group and other entertainment industry entities, serving as the official voice for her legacy interests and keeping her artistic visions and standards at the heart of its operations. "Gloria" reappeared on the iTunes singles chart thanks to the trend, going to number 3 after the Blues won the Stanley Cup. Billboard Hot 100 for 36 weeks, then a record for a female artist, peaking at … This article is about the singer. Tozzi's "Gloria" is a love song,[1][3] as is the first English rendering of the song,[4] recorded by its original English-language lyricist, Jonathan King, in November 1979;[5] Tozzi later recorded and performed King's translated version of "Gloria". Branigan's legacy manager, Kathy Golik, responded to the video "It's absolutely appalling to hear 'Gloria' being played in the background of a widely-circulating video of Pres. ‡ This nomination was not given to Laura Branigan alone. Laura Branigan - Gloria (Official Music Video) You're watching the official music video for Laura Branigan - "Gloria" from the album 'Branigan' (1982). "They just went nuts when they heard it, and we loved watching it," Blues forward Robby Fabbri said. Dans les années 1970, elle devient la chanteuse du groupe Meadow.Elle est choriste pour le chanteur canadien Leonard Cohen avant d'être engagée en 1979 par Ahmet Ertegün pour le label Atlantic Records.Elle sort son premier album, Branigan, en 1982. Aerosmith is an American rock band, sometimes referred to as "the Bad Boys from Boston" and "America's Greatest Rock and Roll Band". Gloria Critics Consensus. In 1984, she reached number one in Canada and Germany with the U.S. No. [11], Branigan attended Byram Hills High School from 1966 to 1970,[12] starring in the high school musical The Pajama Game in her senior year.[13]. In February 1996, she was selected to be part of the international jury at the XXXVII Festival Internacional de la Canción de Viña del Mar, in Chile. [45] Golik noted that streams of "Gloria" have surged across all platforms and this has had a "trickle down" effect to the rest of Branigan's catalog, with her other hit songs such as "Self Control", "Solitare" and "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" seeing significant upticks in streams and downloads during the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Laura also supported many marginalized people such as the LGBT community from very early on. The song stayed four weeks at number 1 in both Switzerland and – in a translated version – Spain. 12 on the hot 100 and spent three weeks at No. [40], At the time, the Blues had the worst record in the league at 15–18–4, had fired head coach Mike Yeo, called up rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington from the minor leagues to replace struggling starter Jake Allen, and seemed bound for a lost season. ~ Kathy, Other Half Ent. Kruteck survived for another two and a half years and died on June 15, 1996, in New York. The song appears as a cassette tape in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, both prequels set in the early 1980s. Laura Branigan’s legacy manager said this week that it was “absolutely appalling” to see the Trump family listening to the late pop singer’s hit song “Gloria” ahead of the Capitol riot on Wednesday.“It’s absolutely appalling to hear ‘Gloria’ being played in the background of a widely circulating video of Pres. The Grammy-nominated song stayed on the Billboard charts for 22 weeks and remains a karaoke favorite around the world. [42] From January 2019 the Blues would post a 30-10-5 record in the remaining games to finish at 45-28-9 and qualify for a playoff spot, eventually advancing to the 2019 Stanley Cup Finals, the team’s first Stanley Cup Final since 1970, where they defeated the Boston Bruins in 7 games to win their first Stanley Cup. Laura Branigan Artist Overview Albums. The dramatic turnaround in the Blues' fortunes following their adoption of "Gloria" led to it being embraced as their new victory anthem. "How 'Gloria' Became the St. Louis' Song & Why Every Keeps Saying 'Play Gloria! Billboard Hot 100 for 36 weeks, then a record for a female artist, peaking at No. [9] The strength and range of her voice actually impeded her career for several years while the label went through the process of categorizing her as a pop singer, and her 1981 single "Looking Out for Number One", from her unreleased album Silver Dreams, made a brief appearance on the U.S. dance chart, reaching No. Branigan's version was reworked with Tozzi's own arranger, Greg Mathieson, who updated its production with fellow producer Jack White to give it what Branigan called "an American kick" to match the new English lyrics. The song was used in a dance sequence in the 2020 black comedy film All My Friends Are Dead. I know she’s there in spirit. The Branigan version of the song is featured in an episode of the second installment of the FX anthology series American Crime Story. Branigan's "Gloria" is also used as the signature tune of the Alan Jones radio show. "They just went nuts when they heard it, and we loved watching it," Blues forward Robby Fabbri said. The song was originally written and composed in Italian by Umberto Tozzi and Giancarlo Bigazzi, and afterwards translated to English by Jonathan King.A 1982 cover version by American singer Laura Branigan sold over two million singles in the United States. The Platinum Collection is an 18-song compilation including all the major hits as well as tracks such as "Silent Partners", Satisfaction," "All Night With Me," and "If You Loved Me," which were four relatively new additions to Branigan hits compilations. He further elaborates that he has always set Gloria free from him, just as he has set freedom from reality. [8], Tozzi's original version of "Gloria" was a soundtrack selection for two distinct films in 2013, The Wolf of Wall Street[9] and Gloria. [36] A few Blues players visited a bar in South Philadelphia called Jacks NYB to watch the NFL Wild Card game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears. "Gloria", an Italian love song recorded in 1979 by Umberto Tozzi and successful in several European countries, was released as the album's second single. Her kindness left a lasting impression on every single person who met her. Digital Music. The song was featured on episode No. Laura Branigan Yesterday at 3:06 PM No permission to use "Gloria," nor endorsement of him, past or prese ... nt, was granted to President Trump on behalf of Laura or Other Half Entertainment, her legacy management company, and we strongly and vehemently DO … During the years after Meadow broke up, Branigan had various jobs, including a stint as one of Leonard Cohen's backup singers for his European tour in April–August 1976. [49] The song's resurgence in popularity has led to Branigan's management getting numerous requests for live performances and public appearances, leading them to release a statement reminding the public that Branigan is deceased, as well as adding a note about this to her social media accounts. In 1984, she reached number one in Canada and Germany with the U.S. No. After the Blues defeated the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Finals, on June 12, Y98 would play "Gloria" again for 24 hours. Jacks members say they have trademarked "Play Gloria" and they have sold over 700 shirts bearing the phrase. When fans of the Boston Bruins, the Blues' opponent in the 2019 Stanley Cup Finals, started re-purposing the "Play Gloria" meme it earned a rebuke from Branigan's Twitter page which went viral. On the first anniversary of her death in 2005, many fans attended the first "Laura Branigan Spirit of Love Memorial Gathering" weekend, sponsored by Other Half Entertainment and LauraBraniganOnline.com and held near the Long Island home where she last lived, caring for her mother. The band broke up, after which Walker Daniels committed suicide. The story behind the Blues new (old) postgame victory song", "How a night in a Philadelphia bar inspired the Blues' infectious 'Play Gloria' celebration", "Play Gloria! Laura Branigan, Soundtrack: Ghostbusters. Branigan's 1982 smash hit "Gloria" can be clearly heard playing in the background. In 1972 she met acoustic guitarist Walker Daniels and his future wife Sharon Storm, and acoustic guitarist Chris Van Cleave, forming the folk-rock band Meadow[14] In 1973 the group, with bass player Bob Valdez, released their debut album The Friend Ship,[15] featuring the singles When You Were Young, and Cane and Able, which featured the hook line "Throw away your cane and you are able". [24] She also contributed songs to motion picture and television soundtracks, including the Grammy and Academy Award-winning Flashdance soundtrack (1983), and the Ghostbusters soundtrack (1984). Branigan affectionately referred to her fans many times as her "other half." Branigan's 1982 smash hit "Gloria" can be clearly heard playing in the background. Branigan refused to accept the medical prognosis, and left the music industry to devote her attention to him. One of the great joys in this world is listening to Laura Branigan’s song “Gloria” and just wondering was it something that they said or the voices in her head calling Gloria. Two other early Atlantic singles, "Tell Him" and "Fool's Affair", followed. During the height of her career, Branigan also made acting appearances, first in 1981 in An American Girl in Berlin for West German television, and then after the success of "Gloria", guest appearances on American television series such as CHiPs ("Fox Trap", season 6, episode 16, in which she played Sarah, lead singer of the female rock band Cadillac Foxes),[20] Automan and Knight Rider. Play video content White House Donald Trump‘s final use of “YMCA” during a public political event did NOT go unnoticed by the guys who originally sang it — and while they’re still pissed … they’re also thankful that, for now, this is the end of his tradition. The single I Believe was originally released on CD album in 1994.[29]. 4 hit "Self Control". When Laura Branigan started work on her first album, she was teamed with producer Greg Mathieson, who did the keyboards and arrangements on Tozzi's "Gloria." The year 1984, while she was working with German producer Jack White,[21][22] was the height of the European synthpop era, and "Self Control", the title track of Branigan's third album, released in April 1984 became her biggest hit internationally, topping the charts in over six countries, most notably West Germany, where it spent six weeks at No. In addition, Branigan's boyfriend at the time of her passing Tommy Bayiokos, who also was in her band, said "Laura would have gladly satisfied fans' desire to hear it live. [28] [4], ^shipments figures based on certification alone. “Gloria” was included on Laura’s maiden album titled Branigan. To see them win and to hear that song blaring and coming up in the arena and looking around and seeing people singing out as loud as they can, cheering and having a good time, it's indescribable what that's like. 1. The CD contains edited version (fades out early) of most songs. In January 2021, a video captured by Donald Trump Jr., featuring "Gloria" playing at a backstage event at President Donald Trump's "Save America Rally" just prior to the storming of the United States Capitol, went viral. At the end of the trailer for the post-apocalyptic comedy series The Last Man on Earth, Phil Tandy, who at the time happens to be the last person alive, sings "Gloria" on a megaphone as a desperate call for contact with a woman.[31]. The song appears in the scenes featuring the man who assaulted Nancy Kerrigan, Shane Stant. [38], At the time, the Blues had the worst record in the league at 15–18–4, had fired head coach Mike Yeo, called up rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington from the minor leagues to replace struggling starter Jake Allen, and seemed bound for a lost season. Branigan's sixth album, Laura Branigan (March 21, 1990), brought her back to the Hi-NRG charts and gay clubs with "Moonlight on Water", and she scored a top-30 adult contemporary hit with "Never in a Million Years." Following their January 7 victory over the Flyers, which was Binnington's first NHL start, the Blues played "Gloria" in the locker room to celebrate their victory, with it then becoming a regular locker room ritual. The original "Solitaire" was written and recorded in 1981 by French singer-songwriter Martine Clemenceau. The cover song was also incorporated into the score of Flashdance the Musical in a scene where the character named Gloria performs a pole dance routine; sung by Djalenja Scott and Carryl Thomas in Ruthie Stephens' 2008–09 national tour of the musical, and by Twinnie-Lee Moore and Hannah Levane in the 2010–11's play at West End theatre, where Charlotte Harwood assumed the role of Gloria. Gloria Laura Branigan. At Byram Hills High School in Armonk, New York, the Laura Branigan Memorial Scholarship is given annually to a senior for excellence in the performing arts. Her ashes were scattered over Long Island Sound. Just as Blues & city made a commitment to "Gloria" & Laura, I made a commitment to Blues & city as well! [citation needed]. In 1979, after a chance meeting with manager Sid Bernstein on her return from Europe, Branigan was signed by Ahmet Ertegun to Atlantic Records. It included "Didn't We Almost Win It All" (by Branigan and Brian BecVar) (released as the first single), a cover of Cher's song "Hard Enough Getting Over You" (released as the second single), a cover of the Patty Loveless single "How Can I Help You Say Goodbye", a cover of Roxette's song "The Sweet Hello, The Sad Goodbye", and "Is There Anybody Here But Me?" [35], NHL team St. Louis Blues began using Laura Branigan's cover version of "Gloria" as its unofficial victory song when they went on a franchise-record 11-game winning streak during the 2018–19 season. For her 1990 self-titled album, see, "Play Gloria" association with St. Louis Blues. None of these three singles (or the B-side, "When") were included on her first album, but all four songs were eventually released on CD over 30 years later in 2014 as bonus cuts on a U.S. CD reissue of Branigan's first album. She sang on major national television and radio campaigns for products including Dr Pepper, Coca-Cola and Chrysler, which sponsored her 1985–1986 "Hold Me" tour. "Gloria" attained its highest profile via a re-working featured on the 1982 album Branigan, the first released album by Branigan. 2. Between 1970 and 1972 Branigan attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City,[13] and worked as a waitress. 4 hit "Self Control". Laura Branigan, a Grammy-nominated pop singer best known for her 1982 platinum hit "Gloria," has died at the age of 47. Australian Young Divas included "Gloria" on their self-titled album in 2006. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.com. [79], Debbie Reynolds sings a snippet of "Gloria" in the "Lows in the Mid-Eighties" episode of the NBC sitcom Will & Grace (broadcast on November 23, 2000), performing the song as the character "Bobbi Adler" in a sequence set in 1985. The album's third single "Cry Wolf", a top-30 AC hit, did not capture the attention of pop radio stations and stalled; the ballad was recorded two years later by Stevie Nicks, and more recently by its writer Jude Johnstone. [45] Custom-made Blues jerseys with Branigan's name and the number 82 surged in popularity during the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs, with one being displayed on Branigan's Twitter page, along with other Blues merchandise sent by fans. In the Scorpion episode "Sci Hard", Agent Cabe Gallo's lemon car had a cassette tape with this version of the song stuck in the car's player. In 2010, South Korean actress Bae Doona headlined a television series named "Gloria", where Bae portrays an aspiring singer who gets her start and ascends to fame by singing a Korean cover of song "Gloria". 1 on the Billboard adult contemporary chart. 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