It’s almost impossible to believe she was born a boy. The 28-year-old, who took her name from the late pop singer Laura Branigan, had surgery a month ago – the first of several operations she will hav.
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In retrospect, it’s not hard to see why the 1983 movie “Flashdance” was a hit. Consequently, more songs were added (even though they could never measure up to the original score), and “Seven Brides.
It’s been a decade since we lost Laura Branigan (she died in her sleep of a cerebral aneurysm. Laura contributed the sultry “Imagination” to the Flashdance soundtrack, and its enormous success help.
"We are very lucky to have them both involved in our wedding," Gallagher said. Branigan is the brother of the late Laura Branigan, who had a 1982 platinum-certified hit "Gloria," and a top-5 single, ".
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The original song was co-written by Bolton and recorded first by Laura Branigan. It later became a hit for Bolton in 1990, the same year as the Grammys performance. Check out the spoof from Corden and.
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My first favorite song was "Gloria" by Laura Branigan. It spoke to my soul. called The Resurrection—it was me and my friend Stewart when we were 12. Our first original was called "Bad Attitude" and.
Pop singer Laura Branigan died from a brain aneurysm on Thursday. Her song "Imagination" appeared in the movie "Flashdance," earning her a second Grammy nomination (she eventually was nominated fou.
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On both counts, Laura Branigan. In 1977 Branigan, then a New York waitress, buttonholed Bernstein, whose clients have also included the Rascals and the Bay City Rollers, and talked him into listeni.
Her youthful take on Laura Branigan’s original is a refreshing glass of summery indulgence. 10. Cherry Chapstick – “The Line” This Montreal trio must have sticky fingers from all the syrupy reverb tha.