Disco's Gaynor Lends Voice To Kid's Book

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"I Will Survive" was an anthem for the disco era. Now Gloria Gaynor has a new message for the 21st century. She's voicing the role of Fistiki the Cat on a bonus CD that comes with the children's book Loukoumi's Good Deeds, written by Nick Katsoris. Gaynor is one of several celebrities who provided their voices for the CD, which is narrated by Jennifer Aniston and her father, the soap opera star John Aniston.

Host Scott Simon speaks with Gaynor, who also wrote an original song for the book.



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