Recording Artist

Here is a listing of all the interviews and bios we have on numerous Recording Artists from the Disco era.

Vince Unto

Vince Unto, the lead vocalist of Executive Suite speaks to DiscoMusic.com about the making of their 1973 Disco hit, When the Fuel Runs Out and how Daryl Hall of Hall and Oates gave them their name.

Mantus

Mantus was the Disco group from Brooklyn that hit it huge with (Dance It) Freestyle Rhythm and Boogie to the Bop. They talk with DiscoMusic.com about their beginnings, the band's breakup and now their regrouping.

Tony Carbone

Tony Carbone along with Arthur Baker and Russell Presto produced and wrote many songs including Northend: "Kind of Life," Michelle Wallace: "Happy Days," and "It's Right." Get the full story on Anthony Carbone in this exclusive DiscoMusic.com interview.

Michael Sutton

Interview with Michael Sutton a.k.a. Mike Sutton, best known for co-producing Down To Love Town by the Originals, writing Cheryl Lynn's Shake It Up Tonight, and part of the husband and wife singing duo, Mike and Brenda Sutton.