"That's good!" I took it and I've been Gloria Gaynor ever since. Johnny Nash also encouraged me to start writing my own songs, so I have a lot to thank him for. "She'll Be Sorry" was a minor rhythm and blues chart success, and I traveled, promoting the record for a couple of months, with Johnny Nash and a couple of other acts that were also on the Josida label, The Cowsills, Sam and Bill Johnson, and Johnny Day. The the record company folded, and the record died. I was out of work again, and came back home.