Donna Summer's house Brentwood, Tennessee and Florida pictures and facts

The late Donna Summer, known to the world as the Queen of Disco, and her husband singer/songwriter Bruce Sudano married in 1980 and have two daughters together, Brooklyn and Amanda Grace. The couple owned a 13,000+ square foot home on 25 acres in Brentwood, Tennessee as well as a beach house on Florida's west coast near the town of Venice and a condo in the town of Naples also on Florida'a west coast.

Donna Summer's house on Brentwood Tennessee
Bruce Sudano and Donna Summer's former house in Brentwood, Tennessee.


Bruce and Donna's Florida beachfront retreat offered a swimming pool, boat dock, and with 3,786 square feet. In early 2009, Amanda Grace married Abner Ramirez at the Florida beach home.

Donna Summer's house on the beach near Sarasota, Florida
Bruce Sudano and Donna Summer's former house in Florida.

The video for the song "It's Her Wedding Day" which was written and performed by Bruce Sudano for Amanda Grace, was filmed at the Florida home and includes scenes from the wedding.

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