Donna Weiss

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Donna Weiss
Birth nameDonna Terry Weiss
OriginUnited States
GenresPop, rock
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, recording artist, lyricist

Donna Terry Weiss is an American singer and songwriter. She won a Grammy Award in 1982 for co-writing "Bette Davis Eyes" (1974) with Jackie DeShannon.

Songwriter/composer credits[1][edit]

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  • "I'm Only Human / Bonafide Love Me" (Atco 45-6688) (1969)
  • "One Night a Week / That Kind of Woman" (Atco 45-6730) (1970)
  • "I Want You/Take Me Now" (Mercury -72489)(1969)Tony and Terri
  • "California L.A./Everybody Can't Play Shortstop", Monuments Records Ray Stevens producer )1967)Tony and Terri
  • "Mr. Flower Vendor Man/Shades of Gray" (Monument) 1968 Fred Foster/Ray Stevens Producer, Tony and Terri
  • "Back On My Feet Again/For No One" (Monument), Ray Stevens producer, Toni and Terri

As backing vocalist[5]


  1. ^ "Donna Weiss – Credits". AllMusic.
  2. ^ LARSEN, PETER (March 30, 2022). "Grammy Awards 40 years later: How the 1982 nominees stack up four decades later". Los Angeles Daily News.
  3. ^ "Nashville Scene" (PDF). Billboard. October 9, 1965.
  4. ^ "1976 - Rolling Thunder Revue II". Olof Björner.
  5. ^ "Donna Weiss". Discogs.