Karen Lynn Gorney - Official Web Site
Be A Fan On Facebook!
Film & TV Clips
Karen's Music
Karen's Art
Authentic Autographs
Saturday Night Fever
All My Children
Fan Corner
Reach Karen
Karen's Music

In addition to her Acting, Karen has written, performed, and recorded music for most of her life. Karen's three CD's are available here!

Special Note: Prices include authentic Autograph, shipping and handling.( Add an additional 5.00 for orders outside the USA.)


HOT MOONLIGHT! was produced and arranged by Karen Lynn and features her vocals, and harmonies on 11 of her Dad, Jay Gorney's, hits from his films and B'way shows 1920-1960. Her Dad wrote, "Brother Can You Spare a Dime," "You're My Thrill," and many classics of the American Popular Songbook. He discovered Shirley Temple, in addition to writing and producing films in the twenties and thirties. Karen is a favorite and performs her Dad's songs at Jazz clubs in New York City between acting engagements.

"Hot Moonlight" Price: $30.00 (with autograph)

HOT MOONLIGHT! CD Karen sings the Music of her Dad, Jay Gorney

In Tune, International
...updated, hard driving, swift versions of songs...Karen really has her way with these songs. Excitement is in the air at all times...she sings her very heart out."

"Gorney...has a good stage manner...in her musical performance she really scores. Her interpretations are often jazzy in nature, which suits her voice well...numbers are performed with an engaging lilt. Gorney has a background as an actress...and is ready to branch out."

LA Times:
"...Saturday Night Fever made Gorney an instant movie star...judging from her performance...her singing...can be classified as skilled."

The Evening Bulletin: Poptalk (Philadelphia):
"...a voice- two parts flirtatious/vivacious and one part sincere... Brisk pacing, and inspired coloration...One can derive fair pleasure from the skillful weave of (the) rhythmic bed.'

Stevenslants by Gary Stevens:
"Her daddy, Jay Gorney, wrote hit melodies in the long ago 1930s, so daughter Karen Lynn laid down some tracks for a CD in which she gave a 21 st Century treatment to pop's output."

New York Sheet Music Society:
It is hard to decide where to start in praising this wonderful new CD: Karen Lynn Gorney's terrific and individualistic style, or her father, Jay Gorney's terrific contribution to the Great American Songbook. Both should come first! ... Karen has a wonderful balance of mood and tempo in her selections. It comes as no surprise that this is such a great album to listen to. Karen has been a professional all her life and it really shows...she is definitely her father's daughter, and she puts her own individual interpretation into each and every

Used To Love You Madly

USED TO LOVE YOU MADLY, with original music and lyrics by Karen Lynn, was recorded and produced by her, partially in London, at Abbey Road; live in the Philadelphia Club, "Stars", and in New York City.

The CD chronicles her inner life at the time just before the filming of Saturday Night Fever and afterwards until the death of her beloved "EL GATO"

"Used To Love You Madly" Price: $30.00 (with autograph)

Click here to listen to the songs.

"Karen sings her heart out whether the tunes are Rock N' Roll, Blues, Pop, Country...she's a nasty, sultry Diva. I implore you to check this out!"

"Karen Lynn has deep musical roots...her original songs explore the many sides of love and loss, using styles ranging from jazz...to folk...to funk."

Dance of the Deadly's

THE DANCE OF THE DEADLY'S is Karen's last work. It explores, through her own lyrics, vocals, and harmonies each of the Seven Deadly Sins: each song being the "voice" of the sin. This a club dance collection of driving rhythmic pop songs with music by Andrew McCann who has toured and recorded with Peter Frampton, Uriah Heep and the Kinks. It is played at dance venues. Clubs, and Jazz classes in New York City. Special Note: Prices include shipping and handling. An additional 5.00 for orders outside the USA.

-> NEW "Dance Of The Deadly's" Price: $30.00 (with autograph)

Click here to listen to the songs.