16 Wonderfully Weird Disco Covers

Disco doesn’t suck, but some of these covers do. Behold Joni Mitchell, Chuck Berry, and Broadway classics get the disco treatment. posted on

1. Ethel Merman, “There’s No Business Like Show Business”

From the musical Annie Get Your Gun.

2. Viola Wills, “Both Sides Now”

Originally performed by Joni Mitchell.

3. Elton John, “Johnny B. Goode”

Originally performed by Chuck Berry.

4. Linda Clifford, “Bridge Over Troubled Water”

Originally performed by Simon & Garfunkel.

5. Donna Summer, “Could It Be Magic”

Originally performed by Barry Manilow.

6. Sheila and B. Devotion, “Singin’ in the Rain”

From the musical Singin’ in the Rain.

7. Frankie Avalon, “Venus”

Originally performed by Frankie Avalon.

8. Village People, “Just a Gigolo”

Originally performed by Louis Prima.

9. KC and the Sunshine Band, “It’s the Same Old Song”

Originally performed by the Four Tops.

10. Rosebud, “Have a Cigar”

Originally performed by Pink Floyd.

11. Amii Stewart, “Light My Fire”

Originally performed by The Doors.

12. Candi Staton, “Suspicious Minds”

Originally performed by Elvis Presley.

13. Antonia Rodriguez, “La Bamba”

Originally performed by Ritchie Valens.

14. Gary Toms Empire, “Drive My Car”

Originally performed by The Beatles.

15. Donna Summer, “MacArthur Park”

Originally performed by Richard Harris.

16. Santa Esmeralda, “House of the Rising Sun”

Originally performed by The Animals.

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