• Donna LorenShakin' All Over (2010)

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"Shakin' All Over" has been re-invented again by Donna Loren as part of her new CD entitled "Love It Away". This new video also includes vintage footage from her popular 1965 performance on Shindig! giving us a view now and then. This song was originally released by Johnny Kidd and the Pirates. It was written by frontman Johnny Kidd and reached #1 in the United Kingdom in August 1960. The original recording was not a hit outside of Europe. Instead, "Shakin' All Over" gained fame in North America after The Guess Who covered it in 1965, where it was a #1 hit in Canada and a #22 hit in the US. Donna Loren was the one-and-only "Dr Pepper Girl" from 1963 to 1968. She was signed to a long-term contract with the soft-drink company to sing all television and radio commercials, do all magazine and billboard advertising representing them in every capacity, sometimes sharing the spotlight with American Bandstand's Dick Clark. This relationship led to her touring in Dick Clark's Caravan of Stars with other popular acts like Diana Ross and The Supremes and singing solos in the popular Beach Party films starring Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon. Later, she became the regular female vocalist on the popular 60's American live rock n roll TV show "Shindig" and she appeared in singing and acting roles in many iconic TV shows like Batman, The Monkees, Gomer Pyle, The Mothers-In-Law, Red Skelton, Milton Berle and various game shows. In the 60's she released 18 singles and an LP. Her new CD entitled "Love It Away", released January 1st, 2010, is her first new music in decades. Hear it at http://www.DonnaLoren.net.

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