Music legend Dionne Warwick, winner of no less than 5 Grammy Awards, is coming to The Archbishop’s Courtyard! She has been a cornerstone in the American pop music scene. During her career, which started 50 years ago, she has become established as an international music icon and live performance star.
The diva of American jazz and and pop presents a hitparade which attracts a full house of faithful fans. Dionne Warwick made her breakthrough in 1962 with Don’t Make Me Over by legendary songwriting team Burt Bacharach and Hal David.
From then on she has delivered a number of international hits and worked with many of the biggest names in the business. Five Grammy Awards are proof of a success which we often forget in this country. Her first was for the classic Do You Know The Way To San Jose.
Her greatest successes include Anyone Who Had A Heart, Walk On By, I Say A Little Prayer, Heartbreaker (written by the Bee Gees brothers Gibb), In The Land of Make Believe, The Last One To Be Loved, Message To Michael, This Girl’s In Love With You, I’ll Never Fall In Love Again, Deja Vu and That’s what Friends Are For (with Elton John, Gladys Night and Stevie Wonder),which was voted Grammy Song of the Year and Number 1 R&B-single in 1986.