ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – ‘Gloria’ singer Laura Branigan died long before the Blues started using her song to celebrate, but her management company is on board with the victory anthem!
A Twitter page that appears to be run by Other Half Entertainment, which, according to their website, carries on and oversees the musical legacy of the multi-platinum recording artist, has embraced St. Louis Blues’ fans love for the song.
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The verified Laura Branigan page has retweeted many ‘Gloria’ Blues fan videos, but it is going viral for the apparent response to a man asking to “PLAY GLORIA (for the Bruins).”
The page’s May 13 response to a tweet showing a ‘Play Gloria’ shirt in Boston Bruins colors was: “WHAT is this???”Play Gloria” is NOT a Bruins thing…it’s a @StLouisBlues thing! Try again! #LetsGoBlues #PlayGloria #LauraBranigan #Gloria ~ Kathy, Other Half Entertainment”
WHAT is this???🤔”Play Gloria” is NOT a Bruins thing🙄…it’s a @StLouisBlues thing!💙💛🎶 Try again! #LetsGoBlues #PlayGloria #LauraBranigan #Gloria ~ Kathy, Other Half Entertainment https://t.co/jKuWkEe36P
— Laura Branigan (@laurabranigan) May 14, 2019
Branigan died in 2004 from a previously-undiagnosed ventricular brain aneurysm.
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