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According to the site, the fact that the sisters have different fathers is likely the source of contention.
Donna and her husband Bruce Sudano, who the money has supposedly been left to, are the parents of Brooklyn and Amanda, 28, while German actor Helmut Sommer, Donna’s ex-husband, is the father of Mimi.
It would seem splitting the fortune equally four ways would make the most sense or three ways even, with Bruce getting the larger sum, but considering the singer just passed away May 17, it would be nice if the girls could put aside their fighting and allow everyone to grieve first without the money bickering.
Sudano and wife Donna Summer's youngest daughter Amanda graduated from college, Summer recommended he do one thing: "She said, ' You’ve put you on the side for a number of years,'" he remembered. He made his South by Southwest debut earlier this year and is now back on the road with a solo gig at Live At Drew's in Ringwood, New Jersey, on Friday (May 13) and another on May 19 at New York's Rockwood Music Hall.
Down the line, can fans expect to hear previously unreleased Summer recordings? There’s also a Broadway play in the works -- based on Donna’s music -- that was announced last week.
I will be one of the producers along with Dodger Theatricals, the people who did on Broadway.
Born December 31, 1948 in Boston, Massachusetts, Donna Summer was the undisputed "Queen of Disco." She won numerous honors, including five Grammy Awards and six American Music Awards.
Summer achieved eleven gold albums, three multi-platinum albums, and twelve gold singles.
And granddaughter Vienna has been selected as a singer-songwriter for Reverb Nation’s artist incubator program Connect.
Deep-rooted music fans will recall that Sudano co-founded the late '60s pop-rock band Alive N Kickin’, which scored a top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Tighter, Tighter.” As a member of the late ‘70s band Brooklyn Dreams -- during which time he met Summer -- Sudano enjoyed a top 5 hit with “Heaven Knows,” a duet featuring Summer and Sudano’s bandmate Joe Esposito.
Richard Harris originally recorded and released the song in 1968.