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Dionne Warwick is celebrating her 50th Anniversary in music. That's an amazing feet. In honor of such a celebration, this Wednesday Rewind is dedicated to her. We will touch on all the accomplishments of the artist credited with "bridging the gap." As she is currently on tour with a new album, we will take a look back at how Dionne Warwick made her mark in music.
From San Jose to the Callywood Nation Dionne Warwick joins host Cosandra Calloway and chat's it up about her new album and where she's been for the past few years.
Dionne Warwick (born Marie Dionne Warrick; December 12, 1940) is an American singer, actress and TV show host, who became a United Nations Global Ambassador for the Food and Agriculture Organization, and a United States Ambassador of Health.
Having been in a partnership with songwriters Burt Bacharach and Hal David, Warwick ranks among the 40 biggest hit makers of the entire rock era (1955–2012), based on the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles Charts. Warwick ranks second only to Aretha Franklin as the most-charted female vocalist with 56 singles making the Billboard Hot 100 between 1962 and 1998. She is also a cousin of the late Whitney Houston.
If one thing helped Dionne Warwick become a musical legend and icon it was her commitment to be true to herself. She tells Barry Farber, host of Breakthrough on BlogTalkRadio that the most important thing in life is to "Be who you are, not somebody else."
The star surrounded herself with good people and always kept positive "You have to take action. I'm a firm believer that the word N-O doesn't appear in my vocabulary" she says.
It is a Conversations LIVE special event: Living legend Dionne Warwick returns to Conversations LIVE to talk with host Cyrus Webb about her success, this year's Grammy win and introduce music from the album NOW.
Interview with five-time Grammy Award winning music legend Dionne Warwick as she celebrates her 50 anniversary. Join the conversation as she discusses her
insights on giving back, lessons on her success, and her recent collaboration with Burt Bacharach on an exciting new release.
Dionne Warwick stops by Life and the Public Figure with LaDonna Raeh to have a conversation about love, life and family.
Hear how she stays relevant and when she first learned of her legendary status.
Life and the Public Figure celebrates public figures now in life instead of waiting until the afterlife. We make sure to celebrate those that we have grown to love in many different facets of entertainment and leadership by conversing during their life and not waiting until it's too late.
The legendary soulful songstress and Black Girls Rock Living Legend Award recipient Dionne Warwick stops by to talk to LaDonna Raeh on Life and the Public Figure.
Tune in and hear Ms. Warwick as she reflects on her 50 years of being in the music industry and what she has to say about how the industry is today.
She will also be talking about her upcoming album and what she's Tweeting these days.
Singer, songwriter and producer Dionne Kirby (professionally known as Dionne), is a contemporary soul-singing recording artist, whose songwriting skills caught the attention of Billboard, with her first EP release “Living In The Music”. Dionne has performed in various major cities throughout the U. S. including: New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., Philadelphia and Atlanta and has graced the stage with respected entertainers in the industry, such as Jennifer Holliday, Jillian Michaels, Tanya Blount and Niecy Nash. With her upcoming new album being released independently, Dionne will captivate audiences with her signature melodic vibrations and uplifting lyrical content.
A native of Dallas, TX, Dionne attended the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (also known as Arts Magnet), where former incomparable alums, singer Norah Jones and Erykah Badu attended. An avid writer, she earned the Editor-in-Chief role at Arts Magnet, where she was chosen for studio recordings with the acclaimed Dallas Black Dance Theater. Her classical training and vocal technique made her one of the sought-after upperclassmen at her school, where she acquired her first professional gig as a background singer, which steered her in the direction to perform at the prestigious Fairmount Hotel’s Venetian Room and invitation to sing at Carnegie Hall with her high school choir.
After graduating high school, Dionne attended Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, majoring in English and Education. Although she was an astute academic student, her desire to pursue her love for music increased. Following graduating from Lincoln University with her Bachelor’s degree, Dionne received opportunities to sing background for gospel star LaShun Pace and was lead vocalist for The Odyssey Big Band, singing jazz arrangements of Aretha Franklin, Natalie Cole and Norah Jones.
The Godmother of Pop, who’s second only to Aretha Franklin as most charted female vocalist of all time, shares the secret of her longevity. “I guess it’s because I’m so true to who I am. And most of the people who’ve been supportive of my 50-year career, I think they appreciate that I’ve never sold out,” Dionne Warwick tells Callywood host Cassandra Calloway. “So when I do have product on the market, I hope it will appeal not only to those who have been with me this long, but that they’re introducing it to new ears. I never lose track of the idea that they deserve to hear great songs,” adds the diva, whose hits range from 1964’s Walk on By to 1985’s That’s What Friends Are For. “I never lose track of my mantra, which is, If you can think it, you can do it.”
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DIONNE WARWICK commemorates her 50 year Anniversary with a new CD - "Now", and will celebrate with us LIVE!
1st Hour: DIONNE WARWICK, Multi-Grammy Award winning Singer, Actress, TV Show Host, Warwick, cousin to the late Whitney Houston, will release her New Anniversary CD with 3 new songs this November. Join us LIVE as we embrace the sharing of her JOURNEY and what’s next in her career! http://dionnewarwick.info
2nd Hour: “Keepin’ it Real with the Doc and MomoB!” This week’s QOD: What is the Secret to Making a Relationship last forever, and staying Happy?
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The NEW True Purpose Development Show INSPIRE * ENTERTAIN * & EDUCATE!
1st Hour: DIONNE WARWICK, Multi-Grammy Award winning Singer, Actress, and TV Show Host, also cousin to the late Whitney Houston, is LIVE in the Studio tonight, Celebrating 50 yrs w/ her "NOW" CD! http://dionnewarwick.info
2nd Hour: It's time for "Keepin' It Real w/ the Doc and MoMoB" for some live Entertainment and Music! QOD: What if your spouse was good to you, but you adore..someone else?
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