Disco star Andrea True has died at the age of 68.
The singer and actress, most famous for her 1976 hit More, More, More, passed away at The Kingston Hospital in New York on 07 November (11). The cause of death had not been disclosed as WENN went to press.
After moving to the Big Apple to pursue her career as an actress, True landed small roles in The Way We Were and 40 Carats, before appearing in several porn movies.
She turned her back on adult movies to record her most famous track, which rose to number four on America's Billboard charts and became a massive hit on the disco scene.
She enjoyed smaller success with songs New York You Got Me Dancing and What's your name, What's your number.
Throat problems ended True's singing career and she settled in Woodstock, New York.
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