They were all there. Andy Warhol. Oh, my gosh. I can't think of everybody now. I used to work there quite a bit. So, all the stories that you hear about Studio 54 and the parties and the craziness was all true
Linda Clifford (born June 14, 1949) is an R&B, Disco and House singer from New York City. A former Miss New York State, Clifford started off working as an actress, playing minor roles in several films. However, unsatisfied with her career as an actress, she decided to focus on pursuing her ambition of singing. She initially signed with Paramount records, before moving to Curtis Mayfield’s Curtom Records label in the mid 1970s. 1977 saw the release of her debut album “Linda”, and she scored several other successes on the label. Her disco version of “Bridge Over Troubled Water” was especially well received. She has released a string of albums since then, and her most recent single came out in 2011.