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Donna Delory

Donna De Lory has been around the bigtop of American pop music for most of her life. Raised in a musical home, her grandfather played cello and upright bass for the Warner Bros. Studio orchestra; her mother was a singer and dancer; her father, keyboardist and producer, Al De Lory, made records with Phil Spector's Wrecking Crew and even played on the Beach Boys landmark Pet Sounds album. Donna made her own professional debut at age 8 singing a Recipe dog food commercial. And by the time she hit junior high, she had been immortalized as the voice warbling the theme song for Disneyland’s “It’s a Small World” ride; she also sang vocals on albums by Barry Manilow, Kim Carnes and Santana. De Lory’s vocal on a demo tape led to her landing her breakthrough gig as one of Madonna’s two singing/dancing stage companions. She performed on all of Madonna’s biggest tours from “Who’s That Girl” to “The Drowned World Tour” and took part in the bold and brassy “Truth or Dare” documentary. Donna then discovered a new interest in Indian music...and the rest you'll have to discover for yourself.-

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