Songwriter

Tony Green

Tony Green (born Antonio DiVerdis-Mazzone), the Canadian Disco producer behind France Joli and Freddie James speaks to DiscoMusic.com member Kelly Hughes about his music productions. He also reveals the name of the mystery singer behind the group U.N.

Sharon Brown

Sharon Brown who is best remembered for her huge early 1980s dance hit, I Specialize In Love on Profile Records is interviewed by DiscoMusic.com member, Dayna Newman.

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.

Tony Valor

Tony Valor is best known for his Tony Valor Sounds Orchestra and Fantasy's "You're Too Late" records. Tony Valor speaks with DiscoMusic.com about his music career and TVI Records label.

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.

Steve Thompson

Steve Thompson is a Grammy winning songwriter, producer, arranger, mixer and remixer, who has worked with the likes of Madonna, Guns n' Roses, Wu Tang Clan, Whitney Houston, Blues Traveler, Metallica, Korn and others. In this interview with Bernard Lopez of DiscoMusic.com, Steve Thompson describes his start as a DJ/remixer in the 1970s Disco era, New Wave/Alternative/DOR remixer for the like of Talk-Talk in the 1980s and his move to extensive producing and writing from the 1990s onward.