Saturday, August 15, 2015

ISR Channel 6 Venice Beach Magazine: Madonna - "Everybody" (Rare footage!!)


1982


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  1. She moved from her native Michigan to New York in 1977
    at age 19 with huge romantic dreams of becoming a ballet dancer.

    She studied with choreographer Alvin Ailey and modeled.

    In 1979, she became part of the Patrick Hernandez Revue, a disco outfit that had the hit "Born to Be Alive." She traveled to Paris with Hernandez; it was there that she met Dan Gilroy, who would soon become her boyfriend.

    Upon returning to New York, the pair formed the Breakfast Club, a pop/dance group. Madonna originally played drums for the band, but she soon became the lead singer. In 1980, she left the band and formed Emmy with her new boyfriend, Breakfast Club drummer Stephen Bray.

    Soon, Bray and Madonna broke off from being in a group and began working on some dance/disco-oriented demo tracks to get Madonna a record contract and establish Bray as a record producer.

    A demo tape of these Bray-Ciccone demo tracks worked its way to popular NYC club DJ Mark Kamins.

    Kamins got the tape to Sire Records, which signed the singer in 1982.

    Kamins then produced Madonna's first single, "Everybody," which became a club and dance hit at the end of 1982.

    Her second single; 1983's "Physical Attraction," was another club hit.

    In June of 1983, she had her third club hit with the bubbly "Holiday," which was produced by her new boyfriend club DJ/music producer Jellybean Benitez.

    Madonna's self-titled debut album was released in September of 1983.

    "Holiday" became her first Top 40 Billboard chart hit the following month.

    The next single "Borderline" became her first Top Ten Billboard pop hit in March of 1984.

    This began a remarkable string of 17 consecutive Top Ten Billboard pop hits. A feat only equaled by The Beatles.

    While her next single from her debut smash album; "Lucky Star" was rapidly climbing to number four on the pop charts, Madonna began working on her first starring role in a feature film, Susan Seidelman's Desperately Seeking Susan.

    The rest is as they say...history as she never stopped pushing for ever greater success, accomplishment, and accolades in all creative areas of her career.

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