Disco Queen and Flashback Friday Favorite Donna Summer was buried Wednesday in Nashville, in a private service attended by only family and close friends.  The 63-year-old music legend, who died May 17 of lung cancer in Naples, Florida, had lived in Nashville since 1995.

The estimated 400 Attendees at the service, held at Christ Presbyterian Church, included producers David Foster and Giorgio Moroder, the latter of whom produced Summer's earliest hits "I Feel Love" and "Love to Love You Baby," and singer Tony Orlando.

Other guests rumored to attend, includedLionel Richie, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Barbara Streisand.  Some were reportedly delayed arriving due to road construction in the area.