My Saturday night at Giorgio’s was truly a night to remember. Meeting the legendary Giorgio Moroder was like a dream. Dancing to his songs and productions as a teen including one of my favorite soundtracks “Midnight Express” – “From Here to Eternity”, not to mention his groundbreaking work with Donna Summer along with his production and writing partner Pete Bellotte. He and his wife Francisca were relaxed and friendly, as Giorgio’s Bryan Rabin too me over for the introduction quickly prompting me to ask “Do you mind if we take a photo”, after hello’s were exchanged. You can say that I’m never too cool for school to be enthusiastic and show that I’m a fan of the people I admire and enjoy as well.
“It’s In The Music!”
More pics via my Instagram (JodyWatley) and Facebook.
The “Nightlife” Classic Glamour EP at iTunes – Here
“The heart is like a garden, it can grow compassion or fear, resentment or love. What seeds will you plant there?” – Jack Kornfield
-cue “Tears for Fears!” Beyond keeping you up to date with my music – I hope my posts inspire something positive in your day.
“Don’t wait on approval, validation and likes from others – always give yourself the highest of approval ratings and work from there. Hold your head up and be fabulous no matter what!” – Jody Watley
Terrific post about Los Angeles, style, fashion, the night time scene and my favorite spot of the moment, GIORGIO’S! Read it: LATimes
Much appreciation to Dave Higdon over at Poptastic Confessions for his ongoing support of my music, as well as Quentin Harrison and theqhblend. Where some blogs focus on dishing the gossip and the latest celebrity feuds or controversies, it’s always important to show love in return when the focus is solely on “the music.” Check the “NIGHTLIFE” posts: Poptastic Confessions and The QH Blend’s “Jody Watley from Soul Train to Nightlife”: HERE