Donna’s former classmates at Venice High (Chiron, Winter ’65) embraced her on the Centennial of their school. Donna was invited to be in the parade that went from Venice Beach to the school and later performed on the campus.
Sheena Metal Productions hosts
“The Dressing Room”
at The Federal in the NoHo Arts District
Monday, June 13th, 2011 from 8-8:30pm
Where: The Federal
5303 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Tickets: $10 advance, $15 at the door. Entitles admission to full roster of artists for the entire evening.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to a music-related charity.
Michele Clark’s Sunset Sessions and SunsetÃ‚Â Sessions Rock! are music industry-only events that bring together radio stations from across the country, the top music supervisors from film,Ã‚Â television and commercials, record companies, artist managers, publishers, and booking agents to expose them toÃ‚Â the freshest new talent and treat them toÃ‚Â some legendary favorites. June 2-5, 2011
Donna was interviewed and her latest EP “Donna Does Elvis In Hawaii” was reviewed at Rockin’ Moms. Music Review: ” Given her success as a singer in the 50s and 60s, the first (and only) “Dr Pepper Girl” has the … Continue reading
"Donna Loren is a singer, songwriter, and recording artist who was popularly known in the 1960s as the "Dr. Pepper Girl," and was prominent as a singer and actress in several popular television and radio shows of the time. Throughout her early years, starting at the age of six… Read More
An Evening with Donna Loren
Featuring Jamieson Trotter and the Band
First Performance in Decades – Go Donna!
A retrospective of Donna’s career in the 60’s as well as an intimate profile of original songs from her latest album, “Love It Away”
5230 Ã‚Â½ Laurel Canyon Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91607
Kulak’s is run by volunteers and supported by audience donations
"Ah, the sixties! For many of the Baby Boomer Generation, that is considered the golden era of music, television, movies and cars. One thing that we began to witness in those years was music busting out beyond the radio and jukebox and began merging with TV and movies to sell stars, cars and soda pop. This was a wonderful, beautiful, creative perfect storm that captivated the attention of millions and turned stars and starlets into icons whose images are forever etched in our brains."
“Donna Loren is alive and well and back in the studio again. Last year she returned with her first album of newly recorded material in decades. Love It Away combined eight original compositions with seven cover songs. The production is crisp and her vocals remain clear and strong as she has what best can be described as a pure pop voice. The packaging contains the lyrics to the songs which is always appreciated, plus there are some nice pictures included as well. Love It Away is a nice comeback album for Donna Loren. Hopefully there will be more to come.”Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Ã‚Â -David Bowling, April 18, 2011